Dear Mr President is an aptly titled song from the pop star Pink. While the title may seem obvious to those of us not fortunate enough to live in the 'hood, the song has a number of impressive feats to it.
The song is a response to some of the executive decisions made by the Bush administration. It's a well-written, thought-provoking piece of work, and it's no wonder it reached number one in the Flanders region of Belgium for four weeks.
Pink's song isn't the only celebrity outrage over Trump's immigration ban. Last week, the singer joined a chorus of musicians in speaking out against the new president. Earlier this year, she also walked in the Women's March with her 5-year-old daughter Willow.
The "Dear Mr. President" song and the accompanying video were recorded on the I'm Not Dead tour. One month ago, the singer also gave birth to a son, Jameson. On the same day, she also took part in the Women's March in Los Angeles.
While the song may not be the best at depicting a political message, it does do a good job of explaining some of the most important social issues of our time. In addition, it's an effective reminder of the greed and brutality that has characterised our society since the dawn of time.
As with most things in life, the song isn't without its critics. While critics can snipe at the rich and famous with some degree of conscience, they may not be aware that the song has a few other uses.