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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

A Hip Hop Presidential Candidate Releases Ultimate Donald Trump Diss Record, ‘Giant Slayer’ Available September 15

— Alpha Leo Issues Ultimate Wake Up Call to Voters —

Giant Slayer, Donald Trump Diss Song

Richmond, CA — A Democratic Presidential candidate with the legal name ‘HipHop For President’ has cast his bid for the highest elected office in the country. He is an underground hip-hop artist from Richmond, California, a small, tough city inside of the Bay Area, and is known in the hip-hop underground circle as Alpha Leo. HipHop For President (Alpha Leo) drops the first single, Giant Slayer (www.soundcloud.com/alpha-leo/giant-slayer-donald-trump-diss) available on September 15th dissing Republican Presidential candidate, Donald Trump. The song is from the forthcoming album, David and Goliath 2: The Paradigm Shift.

Lyrics from the Giant Slayer:
What type of injustice can America undo?/
What type of track record this old man run through?/ The only track record that try to stick is his hair tracks that unglue/
America want jobs and a raise after they’Re hired/ What they don’t want is a snob who coined the phrase “you’re fired”/
What they don’t want is a robber coming off as a liar/ What they don’t want is to see that thing on your head raising up even higher

America is familiar with Waka Flaka and Kanye West making announcements of running for president. Waka Flaka is legally too young and Kanye West won’t run until 2020. Alpha Leo, however, is the legal age and has already filed with the Federal Elections Committee for 2016, at the age of 35, making him the youngest Democratic presidential candidate to legally run in United States history.  Alpha Leo is using hip hop as a platform to speak to college students, the hip hop generation and savvy progressive voters about getting involved and focusing on issues which have plagued the inner city for generations. “Someone has to step up and stop the madness. There are real issues to discuss – unemployment, education, corporatization of the prison system (with highest recidivism rate), and lack of after-school programs, police brutality and so forth. The road to the White House can’t simply be filled with clever sound bites and marketing,” says HipHop For President.

“Donald Trump represents and personifies hypocrisy, ignorance, bigotry, self hate and everything wrong with America. The reason he is leading in the polls is because he is speaking to people who are fearful of losing their jobs to blacks and Hispanics. Fearful of losing their women to athletes, and so forth; I am running for president because I am relatable to my generation and have experienced everything they’ve gone through. I want to end white supremacy and make it equal for all. I stand for equality,” says HipHop For President.

HipHop For President was born in 1980, discovered his passion and voice for hip-hop at the age of nine. His world is relatable to many disenfranchised inner-city men and women. Having to navigate a world of drugs, unemployment, gangs and every statistic possible. “I am the guy that experienced police brutality, went to jail, couldn’t get a job, but never gave up,” declares HipHop For President. His influences are legendary and socially aware rappers: NWA, Tupac, Common, Ice Cube, Dead Presidents, Nas, and E-40.

“The mission is to use my gift to spread the message of David and Goliath via the single Giant Slayer, tackling the big ‘Goliath’ which is Donald Trump, corporate America and everything that stand in the way of all Americans getting a fair chance. Just like in the story of David and Goliath, if you persevere, believe and organize, the weak and oppressed will rise and live up to their true potential. All we want is a fair chance to compete,” says HipHop For President.

Lyrics from the Giant Slayer:
What type of injustice can America undo?/
What type of track record this old man run through?/ The only track record that try to stick is his hair tracks that unglue/
America want jobs and a raise after they’Re hired/ What they don’t want is a snob who coined the phrase “you’re fired”/
What they don’t want is a robber coming off as a liar/ What they don’t want is to see that thing on your head raising up even higher

The single Giant Slayer is available on September 15th on soundclound.com and all digital platforms. To interview and learn more about HipHop For President, contact hiphopforpresident2016@outlook.com Follow him on Twitter: @alphaleotime.

 

PRESS CONTACT:
HipHop For President
Twitter: @alphaleotime
hiphopforpresident2016@outlook.com

 

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