Adele to Trump: Please don't use my music

Count Donald Trump among Adele's many fans — he blasted "Rolling in the Deep" and "Skyfall" during recent rallies. But the record-breaking singer and songwriter doesn't want to get involved in American politics.

"Adele has not given permission for her music to be used for any political campaigning," an Adele rep told CNBC.

The Grammy winner has joined a long list of musicians who have asked the presidential hopeful to cease and desist. Neil Young, R.E.M and Aerosmith have all requested that their music not be used by Trump or his campaign.

While several artists have said that they sent cease-and-desist orders because neither Trump nor his campaign asked for the rights to their songs, others noted that they feared that the use of their songs would give the false impression that they endorse the political candidate.

"...I sent a letter to Donald Trump's campaign asking to not use my music at political rallies," Steven Tyler of Aerosmith wrote in an Op-ed for the Huffington Post last October. "My intent was not to make a political statement, but to make one about the rights of my fellow music creators."

While the Aerosmith front man said his cease-and-desist order was about receiving fair payment for his craft, Michael Stipe from REM made it clear that his agenda was political.

Stipe, via fellow bandmate Mike Mills' Twitter account, blasted Trump for using REM's music for a "moronic charade of a campaign."

Not all musicians are shying away from the presidential hopeful, however. Dee Snider of Twisted Sister gave Trump permission to use the band's 1984 hit "We're Not Gonna Take It."

Representatives for Trump's campaign did not immediately respond to CNBC's request for comment.