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Since Donald Trump's victory, the political bar for performances (like Eminem's freestyle) has been raised

In the weird era we're living in today—the one in which Donald Trump is the president, Flint, Michigan still doesn't have clean water, and the likes of Colin Kaepernick and Jemele Hill are being attacked by the White House—art somehow manages to continue on.  But because of the platform many artists, particularly musicians, are afforded these days, it's becoming harder and harder to find art that doesn't have a political leaning, whether explicit or not.
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