With so much on the line, it's easy to see why candidates are turning to celebrities to boost their appeal. June's regional elections are shaping up to be just as crowded. Both women are wildly popular among Millennial fans, in no small part, because they present themselves as a newer, hipper, and more innocent, face of the genre. But in Indonesia's often-crowded elections, ones where there's little difference, policy-wise, between the candidates everyone really promises the same things , political hopefuls feel that they need dangdut to convince potential voters to show up at rallies at all. In recent years, dangdut has taken on strains of K-Pop, EDM, and Bollywood ballads as it continues to reinvent itself. Fast-forward to today, and Rhoma Irama has one failed presidential campaign and his own political party—the Peaceful and Benign Islam Party, or Idaman—under his belt. Indonesia's regional elections are still six months away, but candidates like Ridwan Kamil are already facing off with their opponents The genre is so popular that its stars are now an accepted part of politics.
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