Phil Collins Hits Trump with Cease and Desist After Playing 'In the Air Tonight'

Phil Collins Hits Trump with Cease and Desist After Playing 'In the Air Tonight'


British singer Phil Collins has hit President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign with a cease and desist order after his classic song, “In the Air Tonight” was played prior to the president taking the stage at his rally in Des Moines, Iowa, on Wednesday night.

“Yes, we are well aware of the Trump campaign’s use of this song and we have already issued a ‘cease and desist’ letter via our lawyers who continue to monitor the situation,” said a representative for Collins according to Consequence of Sound.

Collins joins a litany of musical artists demanding that the president stop playing their music at his campaign events.

In 2018, Rihanna and Axl Rose complained about the president using their music at political events, and in 2015, when the president was still a candidate, REM complained whined about then-candidate Trump using one of their songs at a campaign rally.

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