Jay Z Brings Out Beyonce, Big Sean, Chance The Rapper And J. Cole For Hillary Clinton Concert [VIDEO]
Jay Z delivered another one of his classic “and friends” concerts for Hillary Clinton’s voter drive event in Cleveland.
With election day around the corner, the Clinton campaign dug deep into their Rolodex [and pockets] to get as many Black and young people to vote in their favor. Jay Z, who many have crowned as the unofficial spokesperson for Black people at times like this, put on a memorable show that included a few of his Roc Nation comrades and industry friends including Big Sean, Chance The Rapper and J. Cole. Rumors of Beyonce making an appearance were confirmed when she showed up at the end to deliver a speech urging people to vote “for someone who cares” on Tuesday, Nov. 8.
“That is why I’m with her,” Beyonce said to a round of applause before going into her hit song “Freedom.”
Jay Z followed with a speech referring to Donald Trump as “the other guy” saying that he is “decisive” and “be cannot be my President, he cannot be our President.” After that, he introduced “the next President of the United States” Hillary Clinton.
Clinton closed out the night with a last pitch for votes and quoted Jay’s lyrics on his verse from Jeezy’s “My President Is Black” remix, “Martin Luther walked so Barack Obama could run, Barack Obama ran so all the children could fly” and said that we have unfinished business and that “loves Trumps hate.”
Let us find out Hillary got bars. Does she have your vote now?
Peep the video below.
Oh, and shoutout to DJ Steph Floss for playing Meek Mill’s “Dreams And Nightmares” and YFN Lucci’s “Keyz To The Streetz” to start the night out. Cant’ say we expected that.