Donald Trump is notching up quite a number of enemies in the music world by using their songs without permission in the course of his campaign.

In the recent past, he has irked the likes of Neil Young, The Rolling Stones and Adele by using their music in campaign rallies, allegedly without seeking permission to do so.

Now, Queen have joined the fray as they've complained that the presidential candidate used 'We Are the Champions' as his entrance music at the Republican National Convention on Monday. He had also previously used it on the campaign trail, leading guitarist Brian May to denounce him as a "very dangerous man".

They released a statement through Sony Records saying: "We are frustrated by the repeated unauthorised use of the song after a previous request to desist, which has obviously been ignored by Mr. Trump and his campaign. Queen does not want its music associated with any mainstream or political debate in any country. Nor does Queen want 'We are the Champions' to be used as an endorsement of Mr. Trump and the political views of the Republican Party. We trust, hope and expect that Mr. Trump and his campaign will respect these wishes moving forward."

It seems that Trump is not legally required to oblige, so don't bet on him giving in that easily.

Watch his entrance using 'We Are the Champions' below: