The world is still collectively reeling from the shock of yesterday's presidential election results but, in case you forgot, not everybody is in mourning. In fact, many (the majority that caused this situation) are celebrating. And said celebration needs a soundtrack, which explains how Mac Miller's hit from several years ago, "Donald Trump," has reentered the charts on iTunes.

For those that may not remember, "Donald Trump" the song is actually quite supportive of our now-future president. Lyrics like, "Take over the world when I’m on my Donald Trump shit/Look at all this money, ain’t that some shit,” fill the song, which is all about Miller's goals in reaching Trump-like success.

This has of course become a sort of rallying cry for Trump's supporters, much to the chagrin of Miller and (what feels safe to say) most of the rap world. At least somebody we like is getting paid for this.

Re-live Mac Miller's "Donald Trump" for yourself below:

In related music news, Run the Jewels have released a new song addressing their feelings regarding yesterday's tumultuous election results. Listen to it right here.

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