Kanye West's 2005 Hit 'Gold Digger' Gets MAGA Remix

Kanye West’s 2005 Hit ‘Gold Digger’ Gets MAGA Remix

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Kanye West’s 2005 hit ‘Gold Digger’ has received a surprising makeover. It’s now echoing a MAGA rallying cry with an AI version of Donald Trump leading the way.

In a video shared on Twitter, the remix of Kanye West‘s 2005 hit starts off similar to the original, featuring Jamie Foxx’s impersonation of Ray Charles.

The famous line “she give me money when I’m in need”, was derived from Ray Charles’ 1954 song “I Got A Woman” is retained.

However, as the verse unfolds, it incorporates a digitally altered Donald Trump voice.

In the songs remix, Donald Trump’s voice was rapping about his indictment amid the 2020 Georgia Election case and his arrest at Fulton County Jail.

A.I. Donald Trump’s verse includes lines like…

“Now I ain’t saying she a vote rigger, but Fatty only make my lead bigger”. This was referring to the election and his lead in the polls during the 2024 Presidential election.

While Trump and Kanye West were previously close, pledging allegiance to each other. The remix marks an unexpected fusion of music and politics.

On a different note, sources close to Kanye suggest that new music from him is imminent. According to NBC News, insiders reveal that Kanye West has been dedicating time in the studio.

This would be Kanye’s first release since “Donda 2” in February 2022. Notably, Donda 2 wasn’t released on streaming platforms. Instead, it was available on a stem player from his tech line.

As Kanye gears up for fresh music, fellow rapper Black Thought of The Roots offered his thoughts on Kanye’s creative evolution.

While he praised Kanye’s audacity in albums like “808s & Heartbreak,” he confessed that he now connects less with Kanye’s recent music.

Black Thought mentioned that the frequent release of music might have compromised the uniqueness of Kanye’s artistry.

As the music world anticipates Kanye’s next move, his foray into political remixes and the ongoing evolution of his musical style continue to capture attention and conversation.