Mike Dean - Grab Em By Da Pussy [New Song]

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Mike Dean has remixed Donald Trump's repulsive comments on a new track.

You may know Mike Dean by his celebrated body of production work, which stretches from early Dirty South recordings from Scarface and Devin The Dude, to the bulk of Kanye West's recent material. Today, he's decided to use his talents for the purpose of remixing a recently surfaced quote from Donald Trump, one you might be familiar with by now. 

On Friday, a recording of Trump discussing sexual assault very candidly, at one point bragging about groping women, or as he puts it "grab[bing] 'em by the pussy." That particular quote is the center of Dean's new track, which is very much a protest of Trump, paired with some fittingly revolting artwork. Following a bizarre sample of a pro-Trump choir, Dean drops the vocal sample in a Ghetto House-influenced flip. 

Dean has received some criticism over his choice to make use of the predatory line, but he maintains that the song is an attempt to sway voters.

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Grab Em By Da Pussy

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Mike Dean has remixed Donald Trump's repulsive comments on a new track.


You may know Mike Dean by his celebrated body of production work, which stretches from early Dirty South recordings from Scarface and Devin The Dude, to the bulk of Kanye West's recent material. Today, he's decided to use his talents for the purpose of remixing a recently surfaced quote from Donald Trump, one you might be familiar with by now. 

On Friday, a recording of Trump discussing sexual assault very candidly, at one point bragging about groping women, or as he puts it "grab[bing] 'em by the pussy." That particular quote is the center of Dean's new track, which is very much a protest of Trump, paired with some fittingly revolting artwork. Following a bizarre sample of a pro-Trump choir, Dean drops the vocal sample in a Ghetto House-influenced flip. 

Dean has received some criticism over his choice to make use of the predatory line, but he maintains that the song is an attempt to sway voters.

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