Prince's Heirs Prohibit Donald Trump From Using His Music

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES.- The administrators of Prince's estate said Tuesday his rejection after President Donald Trump used a song by the singer at a campaign rally in Minneapolis.

Trump's campaign played Prince's "Purple Rain" while the audience at the rally waited for the president to begin his speech.

Through a statement, Prince's heirs said "he will never give President Trump permission to use the famous's songs."


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Prince was born in Minneapolis, which is why Trump's campaign directors would have chosen the theme for the rally held there.

Much of his movie "Purple Rain" was filmed at the city's First Avenue nightclub, located in front of the Target Center, the site where Trump's rally was held.

Prince's studio, in Paisley Park, is considered a rock and roll milestone, La Botana publishes.



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