You may have heard that fake news was being used to influence American elections, but did you know there were other ways to get fake news to your ears?
A study conducted by University of Washington researchers found that some popular music genres, like hip hop, have been using the term “fake news” to describe their content.
The study, titled “Fake News in Hip Hop: What Are We Learning from the Music Industry?”, was published online in January 2018.
The researchers asked participants to rate five songs and three videos that featured “fake” news.
They then looked at the number of times the songs or videos appeared on the top 20 of the charts in the United States, as well as the number that appeared in the top 30.
The more times a song or video appeared in those charts, the higher the chances that it was a fake news song.
The findings show that hip hop music genres are being used by the music industry to promote their content as a way to promote themselves.
They even went so far as to include fake news in the music videos of some artists like Future and The-Dream.
So what’s really behind these songs and videos?
Some of the songs have been uploaded to YouTube and used by artists as a platform to spread their political messages.
Some artists have also posted videos of themselves speaking about the election results, such as rapper Future and rapper The-Dark.
The videos have also been used to promote fake news, such the song The Dream, which features a song called “Donald Trump and Me.”
The song features Future, who called Trump a “puppet” and a “faker.”
He also said that the media is “going full retard” on this election.
“Donald trump is not going to win, he’s not going take the White House, he is not even going to be a President of the United State,” Future said in the song.
“He is going to go home to his parents house, where he will be sleeping, and they are going to have no children.
He is going home to die.”
Another video featured Future, in which he said, “The media is going full retard on this,” and added, “If they’re not going full on retard, then they’re probably not going on this earth, so it is my responsibility as a hip hop artist to fight back.”
The researchers also found that fake music videos are used in other ways by the entertainment industry.
The group also found some instances where music videos have been featured in the lyrics of lyrics used in music.
In the song “Lyrics to a Trump Song,” Future and his friends, The-Doom and Futureboy, are quoted in the lyric: “All the world knows about you, but there’s still a whole lot of people who don’t.
We can make that clear to you.”
In a second video, Future is quoted as saying: “There are people who believe that this country belongs to white people and people of color.
They can say whatever they want about me, but that doesn’t make me right.
I’m not a white supremacist.”
A third video, which featured Future and Future Boy talking about the 2016 presidential election, features Future Boy singing “White Supremacy.”
The video is titled “Donald Trumps election and the death of the Black man.”
“Donaldtrump’s election and death of black man” features the song, “White supremacy.”
The-Ds song “Black man dead,” which featured the lyrics, “I hate him, I’m a white man, and I’m gonna die” is also featured in this video.
The-doom song “The white man has won” is featured in another video.
It features Futureboy speaking about President Trump.
The song was released in 2018, but the lyrics were changed in 2018 to “I am the man who won.”
In 2018, Future Boy was also featured as a guest on the popular reality television show The Voice.
The video features Future and fellow members of the group Futureboy.
In it, Futureboy and his team of fellow contestants are shown walking through a subway station.
The episode, titled, “Voice: The Story of the Voice,” aired in 2018.
In this video, the members of Futureboy’s band, Future Boys, perform their song “White Trash” on stage during the show’s premiere episode.
“White trash” is a catch-phrase popularized by white supremacists.
It’s an epithet often used to describe African Americans.
A similar catchphrase, “black lives matter,” was used by some white supremacists in 2017, according to The Daily Beast.
“I don’t like it when you talk about the white people, you say things about us, and then when you get in a conversation with someone who is black, you start calling them ‘black lives matters,'” Future Boy told The Daily News in 2018 in an interview with actor Tracee Ellis Ross.
“So it’s kind of like, ‘Oh, we’re all in this together.'”