Triple M's James Preston supports Kanye's campaign for president | radioinfo

Triple M's James Preston supports Kanye's campaign for president

Saturday 01 August, 2020
The only thing as wild as 2020 itself has been Kanye West’s candidacy for President of the United States, announced this month.
 
In that time he’s had a few problems with creating a consistent message whether it be on Twitter or in his…unique…campaign speeches.

But Triple M Mid North Coast & Coffs Coast arvo announcer James Preston, managed to unearth an ‘official’ release from the Birthday Party in support of Kanye’s campaign.

The song is a poignant take on the current political climate featuring lines such as “have you seen my opposition? One’s an orange and the other is a hundred and three”,” but James can’t talk all the credit.
 
 
‘I suppose I have good sleuthing skills, but the real genius belongs to Kanye. He is after all the voice of a generation…even if that voice is often wailing about Kim,” said James.
 
Better yet, he found the music video as well.
 
 
James also shared the fun with Ticker TV, appearing on Ticker Jumpstart with former radio host Alana McLean and Ben Norris. The hosts enjoyed it so much that they’ve requested their own theme song!
 
James, who previously hosted Breakfast at 94.9 Power FM is now heard across both the Mid North Coast and Coffs Coast Triple M stations between 1-4pm, Mondays to Fridays.

With Kanye's presidential campaign now underway, James says the world is in for a "wild ride."


 

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