Please let this result in a celebrity boxing match.
Donald Trump did not mince words when returning fire at Neil Young over the ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ controversy.
After shutting down Donald Trump for using ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ for his presidential campaign, Neil Young has thrown his support behind opposing candidate Bernie Sanders.
Neil Young’s new album The Monsanto Years, can be called “politically-charged”. With songs critical of large corporations, including Monsanto, Starbucks, Walmart, and Chevron, Young doesn’t hide behind vague references.
Big surprise, he’s mad at someone. Or someones.
Donald Trump got burned by Neil Young last week for using his song “Rockin’ In The Free World” at a rally without Young’s permission. At a rally in Denver, Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders walked out on stage to, you guessed it, “Rockin’ In The Free World” with Young’s permission.
Neil Young has been pretty vocal regarding his anti-GMO stance throughout the years and his upcoming record The Monsanto Years will reinforce that.
There will be no rockin’ in the free world for the Donald. Neil Young is making that very clear.
It doesn’t come as a surprise that Neil Young’s politically charged, anti-GMO record The Monsanto Years would have some ear-grabbing lyrics. Now, Young and his backing band Promise of the Real (featuring Willie Nelson’s sons Lukas and Micah) have released the video for “A Rock Star Bucks a Coffee Shop”, a track off the record and predictably a jab at Starbucks.
You’re probably not going to hear this album at your local Starbucks.