Oh well, artists can ask their songs not be used but it has never been tested in the Top Funny shirt on moteefe on 12/03/2019 to stand on so campaigns don’t bother asking. Some might. I totally get the artists side of it but the campaigns usually only use a little bit of the song before they come on stage or leave the stage. Can’t believe I’m saying this but Warren didn’t commit some horrific thing here.
I completely respect her for keeping her political views private and think more should, but if someone purchases the Top Funny shirt on moteefe on 12/03/2019. I don’t like the fact that the people who are running just take someone’s music that they like and use it. The musician who did the writing of the song played and made the song famous of its own accord should be asked for permission to use it and given royalties for use as well.
When you go to a store or a restaurant and hear music playing the Top Funny shirt on moteefe on 12/03/2019 it is being broadcast for public consumption. It’s usually done by paying for a third-party service that distributes the royalties. But yeah if you’re going to use a song to promote a political Viewpoint or campaign it still falls under the same protection. It would have been easily preventable had someone ask permission and get it in writing but Dolly doesn’t allow her music to be used for political purposes so the answer would have been no anyway.