While the early voting results are making things look a little tighter than previously thought, there’s no doubt that Hillary Clinton is walking with the musician vote. If this campaign of Trump protest songs and the long list of artists he’s angered won’t convince you, take a look at this new campaign ad featuring Jay Z, Beyonce and Chance The Rapper.
Joined by J. Cole and Big Sean, the hip-hop and R&B stars all make a case for the historical significance of Clinton’s run and urge watchers to vote to avoid a Donald Trump presidency. Check out the video over at Tidal, or above if you’re a subscriber.
The video isn’t going to do much for The Donald’s opinion of Queen Bey and Jigga. The Republican presidential candidate recently attacked the Clinton campaign for hosting a Jay Z concert to get out the vote.
“We don’t need Jay Z to fill up arenas. We do it the old-fashioned way,” he said during a rally in Pennsylvania. “And I actually like Jay Z, but the language last night, ohhhh. I was thinking, maybe I’ll just try, should I use that language? Can you imagine if I said that? He used every word in the book last night.”
Then, he had a man who wrote a song called “Wang Dang Sweet Poontang” play one of his rallies. Makes you think that Trump might not be the most self-aware person around.
Of course, there’s only one endorsement we’re truly waiting on. We need to know where Taylor Swift — a.k.a. pop music’s HRC — stands.