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DJ Experience, News, Videos | Oct 10, 2016   

Musicians Inspired by ‘Grab Em by the Pussy’ Comments

Three days ago footage of Donald Trump making vulgar statements about women surfaced. Now producers like Mike Dean are striking back through music.

Whatever your views on the US presidential election are we can all agree that Trump said the words, “Grab em’ by the pussy” on the set of Access Hollywood. Now a lot of music producers and rappers are writing songs in that frame of reference, even though many have said much worse things about women in their music. Let’s listen!

GRAB EM BY DA PUSSY by Mike Dean

Dean produces music for Beyonce, Jay-Z and Kanye West. His EDM remix features an intro by the Freedom Kids, which is a trio of child cheerleaders who danced on stage at a Trump rally one time. (They made the news when he refused to pay them afterwards.) Then it goes off into this “Grab em by the pussy” loop that is pretty sick. It is already the most popular track that Dean wrote for himself.

Donald Trump will Grab You by the Pu**y by Anthony Hamilton and The Hamiltones

Grammy award winning R&B singer-songwriter Anthony Hamilton and his band the Hamiltones recorded an a cappella song inspired by Trump’s locker room talk. It starts out with an endorsement for Hillary Clinton before segmenting to a scene of them singing onboard a tour bus. In the lyrics they warn that if you vote for Trump he will grab you by the pussy. A frightening prospect indeed.

Grab Em by the Pussy by Otaku Gang

The Otaku gang is a Florida rap collective consisting of Solar Slim and Richie Branson. They get credit for having the first rap song about grabbing life by the pussy that has over 1,000 plays. The hook features Trump suggesting that they, “Grab em by the pussy,” in between their lyrical rap flows. Ironically this is one of the most positive hip hop songs about women’s rights in existence.

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