Cassetteboy slams Theresa May with new politically charged mash-up

Cassetteboy slams Theresa May with new politically charged mash-up

Cassetteboy is back with his latest politically charged offering, this time targeting Theresa May.

Taking snippets from a number of the Conservative PM’s speeches, Cassetteboy chops and screws her words into another hilarious track.

Set to the theme of Diana Ross‘ ‘I’m Coming Out‘, the talented beatsmith puppets May into saying a number of controversial lyrics.

And how can I negotiate, if I can’t face Corbyn in a debate. It’s easy to investigate precisely why I won’t participate. I want to make sure I can ignore the public concerns about u-turns. You have to learn there is no proof that I will tell you the truth.

The cleverly constructed chorus then chimes in with May proclaiming: “I don’t know why people vote for me. It’s like the more policies I talk about the problems you see.

An anti-Theresa May song has already been rapidly rising in the UK iTunes chart reaching number 2 a few weeks ago. ‘Liar Liar GE2017‘ by Captain Ska has however now dropped down to the 63rd position in the charts. Watch the video for Captain Ska’s ‘Liar Liar GE2017‘ below.

With the UK general election set to take place on Thursday 8th, June Cassetteboy leaves viewers with one important message – Vote.

Cassetteboy’s last political track tackled the UK’s Brexit agreement and put David Cameron in the firing line. Watch the Cameron X The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air mash-up here.

James Cooke

James has worked on the production side of the music industry for many years gaining releases on a number of record labels around the globe. Alongside James’ personal music projects he has trained as an illustrator, designer and a creative marketer. Taking on the role of marketing/editorial assistant at Music Crowns, James spends his days covering new and underground music creating content for our audiences through well thought out reviews and features.

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