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Eminem Is Against Vivek Ramaswamy Using His Music At Campaign Events

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Lose Yourself, Don't Use My Music!

Rapper, Marshall B. Mathers, a.k.a. Eminem has spoken and has made it clear that he does not want Republican Presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy to use his track, "Lose Yourself" as his campaign walk off song.

This comes as Ramaswamy was spotted getting down to the rapper's 2002 hit - from the soundtrack to the motion picture 8 Mile.

A video circulating the web, showcases Ramaswamy breaking into an impromptu version of it at the Iowa State Fair.

BMI, a record company connected with Ramaswamy.

The letter says the company "received a communication from" Eminem objecting to the Republican's use of his "musical compositions".

"BMI will consider any performance of the Eminem works by the Vivek 2024 campaign from this date forward to be a material breach" of its licence, it adds.

A rep. for Mr. Ramaswamy said he will comply with the request by the Michigan native, Eminem.

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