I also find it more interesting the critique coming from Haley in light of the fact that one of the first things that GOP administrations do is cut funding to arts, music and education,
She was also born in 1972, when the music industry was blowing up. The 70's and the 80's were one of the most creative and unapologetically political periods for popular music.
And that's just from the R&B, rap and hip hop side. Black music has always been unapologetically political Music of other genres has also been political like Men At Work's 'It's A Mistake' and Nena's '99 Luftballons' being two examples on the same theme of an accidental nuclear war.
So just deal with the fact that all music is political, and thanks to the First Amendment to our Constitution, here will be more musical critiques of your boss coming over the next two years