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Producer Mike Dean Samples Trump’s Hot Mic Moment on “Grab Em By Da P*ssy”

The renowned Kanye collaborator creates a track from the infamous conversation between Trump and NBC television host Billy Bush.

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In a historically unpopular election that has left a majority of the nation in permanent cringe mode, we’ve been left to wonder what next offense will be to come out of Donald Trump’s egregious mouth. To much surprise, his onslaught of arrogant and bigoted remarks have yet to derail the Trump train. But, a recently leaked 2005 conversation between Trump and NBC television host Billy Bush seems to have struck a chord with the country. 

In the lewd hot mic discussion, Trump bragged about being able to sexually harass women due to his stardom, exclaiming that “when you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything.” The Republican nominee even went so far as to say he could just “grab them by the pussy” with no consequence. Both Trump and Billy Bush, who seemed to indulge in Trump’s remarks, are being condemned by both sides of the political spectrum. 

One of the best things to come out of the controversy is a new track by Mike Dean, the renowned producer known primarily for working closely with Kanye West for a good number or years. The GOOD Music producer sampled Trump’s conversation to create “Grab Em By Da Pussy”, a zany song that perfectly encapsulates the unfathomable awfulness of the election. 

The track opens up with a clip of  the infamous “Official Donald Trump Jam," performed by the Freedom Girls during a Trump rally in Pensacola, Florida. The song then takes a turn into the mind of Trump, who repeatedly garbles “grab em by the pussy” and “bitch”. Dean’s track sounds like a political nightmarish outtake that wouldn't be out of place on Yeezus, and reminds us that not even one of the best producers in the game can make Trump easy on the ears. 

It will certainly be interesting to see how Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton interjects this latest scandal into tonight's debate in St. Louis, on thing is for sure though, she probbly will not be be walking out with the Mike Dean song as her introdution. Tune in tonight to any major news network at 9PM EST to find out how Trump will react to this latest obstacle.