With less than 24 hours until the polls open across the United States, the final push is on to get voters out on Nov. 8. Hillary Clinton has drawn on celebrity star-power this election to try and make her more appealing to youth who have been lukewarm to her throughout the process. In a new campaign video to get people out to vote, she has tabbed stars like Beyoncé, Chance The Rapper and Jay Z to spread the word.
The video recaps a concert hosted by Jay Z and Beyoncé in Cleveland on Friday, Nov. 4 when Hilary was in town. Chance The Rapper and Big Sean were also guests for the event.
In the video, each artist explains their reasoning why the crowd and their fans should go out and vote - specifically for Hillary Clinton.
"She's killing this race, but she needs all of our help as American citizens to go out on November 8th and cast our vote," says Chance.
"Less than 100 years ago, women did not have the right to vote. Look at how far we have come on the brink of making history," says Beyoncé. "I want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman president and know her possibilities are limitless."
As one might expect, Trump and his surrogates have gone after Clinton for aligning with Jay Z and Beyoncé with an outdated and out of touch strategy of picking apart line-by-line certain rap songs.
I guess if the only music endorsement you can get is Ted Nugent (grabbing his nuts), then going after the kings and queens of the music industry is your only option. If there is one thing to get young people to the polls or get them riled up, it is going after Queen Bey. The Beyhive doesn't forget, not in a day Donald. Bad move.
Watch the ad here.