A rap song that features an AI-generated Donald Trump dunking on the “radical left” and the most recent batch of criminal charges against the previous president and current 2024 contender has landed a No. 2 spot on the iTunes rap chart.
“First Day Out” by artist Hi-Rez — masquerading as “Trump the Don” — skyrocketed to the highest of the Hip-Hop charts because it was released last week as Trump was taking his infamous mug shot inside a Georgia jail.
In a near-perfect digital imitation of the previous president, Hi-Rez imagines how Trump will need to have felt after being booked and released on bond over charges of attempting to overturn the 2020 election within the state.
“Out on bail, out on bail. I won’t see inside a cell,” the eerily-accurate AI-generated voice chants.
“Imma beat them RICO charges. And if I am going to prison. You’ll be able to’t do me just like the Clintons. I’ll be laid up, eating steak with Secret Service chillin.’”
The rap — which garnered 3 million views on X, formerly referred to as Twitter — made sure to say the media frenzy surrounding his mug shot, and the way the 2024 candidate leaned into the eye by turning it into an emblem of riot against the Democrats.
“These DA’s acting silly. My mugshot is value a billi. Sold some merch and made a milli.”
Though the rap song wasn’t genuinely sung by Trump, the one-and-a-half-minute song touched on most of the talking points he repeats during public speaking engagements.
Namely, the mimicking rapper blamed Democrats for the multiple criminal cases lodged against the Republican politician.
“Screaming ‘orange man bad!’ The entire world mad. Thug life, shout out all of my Maga-based Chads,” the so-called Trump the Don singer says.
“Coming for the deep state. I’ll stop the Recent World Order. But before that I’ll finish partitions on the border.”
The parody — which Hi-Rez said he made inside half-hour as “an absolute joke” — gained heavy circulation because of heavy praise from right-wing pundits.
Commentator Candace Owens danced along to the video Monday on her YouTube show, which was dedicated to the reception surrounding Trump’s mug shot.
“It’s just absolutely genius!” she said.
Donald Trump Jr. also applauded the song, calling it “hilarious.”