British singers Elton John and Adele have joined the growing chorus of performers unhappy with Donald Trump playing their songs at his campaign events.

According to The Telegraph, John was displeased by Trump's use of his 1972 hit Rocket Man.

“Elton's music has not been requested for use in any official capacity by Donald Trump,” a publicist for John said in a statement given to WENN. “Any use of his music should not be seen as an endorsement of Donald Trump by Elton.”

Earlier this week, Adele spoke out against the Republican candidate's use of her 2011 hit single Rolling in the Deep at rallies in Iowa.

REM in September criticized Trump for using their hit song It's the End of the World at a campaign event, while Neil Young in June wrote a lengthy Facebook post asking Trump to no longer use his song Rocking in the Free World to promote his campaign, saying that he makes his music for “people, not candidates.”