Jason Aldean Says Joe Biden’s Campaign Asked To Use His Song “Fly Over States” In 2020: “I Very Politely Said F**k No”

Jason Aldean
Jason Aldean

Everybody knows who Jason Aldean was supporting in the 2020 election.

The country singer has been outspoken about his support for Donald Trump. He’s has even struck up a friendship with the former president, being spotted hanging out with 45 at Mar-a-Lago where Trump introduced Aldean as “the number one in the world.”

I mean, let’s not get crazy…but point being, they’re friends and Aldean is a big Trump supporter, and everybody knows it.

But according to Aldean, he was asked by Trump’s opponent to use one of his songs for his 2020 election campaign.

The singer told the crowd during a show that he was contacted by Joe Biden’s campaign during the election, asking to use Aldean’s 2010 song “Fly Over States.”

The song was a #1 hit for Aldean after being released as a single from his My Kinda Party album back in 2012. And it’s not hard to see why a political campaign would want to use the song, which discusses the beauty of the “flyover states” of middle America – and their people:

“They’ve never drove through Indiana
Met the man who plowed that earth, planted that seed
Busted his ass for you and me
Or caught a harvest moon in Kansas
They’d understand why God made those flyover states”

But according to Aldean, he had to decline the request:

“I very politely said f*** no.”

Of course he wasn’t against his song being used in ALL campaigns:

“If the guy I want to get in asks for it, I’ll give it to him.”

Well, we all know who that guy was.

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