Jay Z will be joined at the concert by special guests to encourage unity and urge Ohioans to support Clinton by voting early or on Election Day.
Jay-Z will headline a Get Out the Vote concert in Cleveland to support Hillary Clinton on Nov. 4
The rumored concert was confirmed Tuesday, BuzzFeed News reports.
As Pitchfork notes, this is a far cry from the Jay-Z of 1999, who rapped "I take and rape villages, who gon' stop him?/Not Rudy Guiliani, not Hillary Rodham" on "NYMP."
For people with very different musical tastes, indie rock band The National will also play a concert in Ohio, this time in Cincinnati. The concert will bear the banner of "Love Trumps Hate," according to Pitchfork.
In 2012, Hov and Bruce Springsteen played a show in Columbus to support President Obama, who spoke at that show. We're now all hoping Clinton gets on stage mid-song because that might actually be more awkward than THIS.
This could be good news for the Clinton campaign, which has struggled to excite black voters.
It's not clear yet who the "special guests" are, but given that Beyoncé is a Clinton supporter, it's not too hard to imagine who might share the stage. An anonymous source hinted to BuzzFeed that LeBron James might appear.
Miley Cyrus has been campaigning for Clinton as well.
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