90s pop star Fiona Apple should be on her knees thanking the heavens Donald Trump got elected President, since her newfound persona of musically trolling him seems to have brought her career back from obscurity. Now people will stop saying "Fiona who?" in the comment sections of these articles.
Fiona Apple came back into the spotlight over Christmas when she trolled Trump with her own rendition of "The Christmas Song" by Nat King Cole. "Trump's nuts roasting on an open fire" and "mothers of color with their kids out of sight will find it hard to sleep at night" were the type of lyrics that serenaded the blogosphere.
Now Apple has released her newest song, "Tiny Hands," to coincide with her unfolding collection of troll hits.
With contributions from composer Michael Whalen, the minute-long track was recorded on Apple's iPhone and released Tuesday in hopes to inspire Trump's opponents to chant "We don’t want your tiny hands, anywhere near our underpants" when protesting.
The song, if you can call it that, plays more like one of those "OH MY DAYUM" autotuned clips on YouTube than an actual song, with Apple chanting "We don’t want your tiny hands anywhere near our underpants," with echoes of Trump saying "Grab 'em by the p–ssy" in the background.
I'll take "Trump's nuts roasting on an open fire" any day over this.
Hear "song" below: