A metric ton of musicians are #WithHer today — or at the very least #NotWithHim — choosing to vote for Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump. But the rap world is one region of the music sphere where HRC has really captured hearts and minds, Countless rappers have come out in support of the first woman to be nominated by a major party.
Chance The Rapper
Chano isn’t just pro-Hillary, he’s pro-voting in general. After expressing his support via a campaign video for Hillary Clinton, he led a parade of thousands of Chicagoans to a polling station to encourage everyone to cast a ballot.
The rapper/singer/producer behind this song that you’re mad I reminded you of urged voters — and particularly women — to vote for Hillary Clinton at a conference earlier this week.
“If all the women in this nation decided to vote and support the first female candidate, there’d be nothing to worry about,” he said. “I’m praying that women come together and save this nation.”
Jay Z (and Beyonce)
Jay Z and Beyonce have done more than just about any other artists to support Hillary Clinton. The power couple have appeared in campaign ads for the Democratic candidate and even hosted a concert in an effort to reach young voters who might vote for Clinton.