Macklemore Rejects Biden in New Track, Backs Pro-Palestinian Stance

Rapper Macklemore recently dropped a new song, “Hind’s Hall,” expressing his decision not to support President Joe Biden in the upcoming election. The song aims to back pro-Palestinian demonstrations in the United States while questioning Biden and other politicians for endorsing Israel. Many of Biden’s followers have criticized his approach to the Gaza conflict that arose after the Hamas attack on Israel.

In the song, Macklemore strongly criticizes Biden’s actions, rapping, “The blood is on your hands, Biden. We can see it all. And no, I’m not voting for you in the fall.” The title of the song is a nod to Hamilton Hall at Columbia University, which was taken over by anti-Israel protesters. The protesters referred to it as “Hind’s Hall” in remembrance of Hind Rajab, a 6-year-old Palestinian girl found dead in Gaza.

Furthermore, the song’s music video includes footage of the steps of Hamilton Hall vandalized by the protesters, with the phrase “Free Palastine” (misspelling of Palestine) written on them. The release of the song coincides with the recent actions of Columbia University protesters, depicting a misspelled word, “Palestine,” and fueling public commentary.

This is not the first time Macklemore has used his music to express political views. In late 2016, he released “Wednesday Morning,” a song that conveyed his frustrations after Donald Trump’s presidential victory. In it, he criticized Trump and encouraged listeners to persist in their efforts over the next four years.

Upon making the song available on streaming platforms, the rapper plans to donate all proceeds to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, highlighting his commitment to supporting Palestinians in the region.

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