Donald Trump has come under fire for using a musician's music in his rallies without permission.

If you have a sense of deja-vu after reading that sentence, you'd be right; we've been here many times before as various bands and artists, including Phil Collins, Aerosmith, Rolling Stones, Neil Young, Village People and more have issued cease-and-desist letters to the wannabe US presidential candidate.

The latest comes from the estate of the late Sinead O'Connor, who have slammed Trump in a statement after he used 'Nothing Compares 2 U', written by Prince and made famous by the Irish singer in 1990, at rallies in North Carolina and Maryland last year.

"Throughout her life, it is well known that Sinéad O’Connor lived by a fierce moral code defined by honesty, kindness, fairness and decency towards her fellow human beings," the statement read. "It was with outrage therefore that we learned that Donald Trump has been using her iconic performance of ‘Nothing Compares 2 U’ at his political rallies. 

"It is no exaggeration to say that Sinéad would have been disgusted, hurt and insulted to have her work misrepresented in this way by someone who she herself referred to as a ‘biblical devil.’ As the guardians of her legacy, we demand that Donald Trump and his associates desist from using her music immediately."

Sinead O'Connor died last June at the age of 56.