President Donald Trump Endorses Song on Opioid Crisis

PRESIDENT TRUMP’S LETTER TO RAPPER MICHAEL ABOUT ABOUT HIS SONG QUIET WAR WHICH DEALS WITH THE OPIOID CRISIS IN AMERICA

President Donald Trump has been anything but traditional in his first term living and working at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and his latest endorsement of a rap song on the Opioid Epidemic is just par for course. “Quiet War” is a song written and produced by rapper Michael Barber, and after President Trump heard the song, he responded with a letter of endorsement and an invitation for Michael to perform the song at the 2018 National Christmas Tree Lighting in President’s Park.

President Trump wrote that Quiet War was a ‘great song,’ that “will become a battle cry” for the entire country as his administration applies all measures to end a crisis that now kills more than 50,000 Americans each year. The President continued his praise calling Michael a “talented musician and songwriter.”

Barber issued a video statement about the song and the endorsement asking for both the right and the left to come together to fight this battle against the opioid crisis. Quiet War is the first song released on Michael’s upcoming album, AHAYWEH, which will release on June 1st.

Barber will donate all money from the song to an Indiana charity that deals with the opioid treatment.

Quiet War is available to purchase on iTunes and GooglePlay, and pre-orders for the album can be made at www.MichaelBarber.org.

QUIET WAR ON ITUNES

QUIET WAR ON GOOGLEPLAY