Rapper Jay Z is set to headline a concert for the Clinton campaign on November 7 - the eve of Election Day. According to a campaign aide, the event in Cleveland is designed to help Hillary Clinton rally support among black voters. But she's already made a lot of headway in shoring up endorsements in the hip hop community.
Here are 11 other rappers who support Hillary Clinton.
1. Snoop Dogg
The Doggfather endorsed Hillary Clinton's presidential bid last May on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live.
"I would love to see a woman in office," Snoop said. "And just to have a woman speaking from a global perspective as far as representing America, I would love to see that. So I'll be voting for Ms. Clinton."
2. 2 Chainz
The Southern rapper announced his support on Twitter last February when the Clinton campaign stopped by his old high school in Georgia.
Last July, the de facto leader of the Wu-Tang Clan told The Daily Beast that he's voting for Clinton because having a female president would be great for America's image.
“[W]hen we put in a black man as president, we kind of fulfilled what the principles of our country are: to look at us as that guiding light," he said. "So, if we did it with a black man, I think, for our image, it would be very unique for us to do it with a woman, because that follows the principles of what we are saying this country is.”
4. Ghostface Killah
RZA isn't the only Wu-Tang alumnus endorsing Clinton. Ghostface Killah spoke out in support of her candidacy during a FOX Business interview last February.
"You know, women have been through a lot in this country. And I would like to take a woman's opinion just to see the outcome and what it may be," he said. "I'm just looking at our future. Because I just think Hillary's a good fit."
5. Lil Wayne
Musicians often get miffed when politicians use their music in campaigns. But Lil Wayne was thrilled when Hillary Clinton sampled lyrics from his 2009 hit 'The Sky's the Limit' at an event last July. Weezy even gave her a shoutout on Twitter afterward.
Go Hillary! I hear ya out there
Go Hillary! I hear ya out there— Lil Wayne WEEZY F (@LilTunechi) July 29, 2016
6. Young Jeezy
The Georgia rapper was one of the first hip hop stars to endorse Hillary Clinton. He tweeted his support for her presidential bid back in April 2015.
When it comes to longtime Clinton supporters, Timbaland is as old school as they come. The hip hop producer, DJ and rapper threw a fundraiser for Clinton back in 2007. And he endorsed her for the 2016 election all the way back in 2014.
Throwback: Bill and Hillary Clinton at my house. Would love to see her Elected President of the… http://t.co/GtZosfpCxT— Timbaland (@Timbaland) July 18, 2014
8. 50 Cent
"It's Hillary time!" 50 Cent told The Daily Beast in May 2015. The rapper also touted Clinton's credentials, saying that she basically served as president back when she was First Lady.
"I...think Hillary was the president already once. You know what I’m sayin’? Some of the things she says feel really comfortable, and roll off. When people are really close with each other, they use each other as soundboards because they’re the other person’s best friend.”
Freeway formally endorsed Hillary Clinton last August while introducing her at an event at West Philadelphia High School - the rapper's alma mater. One of Clinton's strongest assets, he later said, is her street cred.
"If I didn’t think she could make it in my hood, I definitely wouldn’t think she could run a country," he told Civilized. "I think she could make it 100 percent.”
10. Waka Flocka Flame
The Atlanta native endorsed Hillary Clinton during an April 2015 interview with MTV. And he also spoke out in support of female presidents in general.
"A woman could do it," Waka said. "I've seen my momma raise five boys – that’s super hard, so women can do the same sh-t that men could do."
11. Chance the Rapper
Some critics accuse Hillary Clinton of being two-faced. But Chance the Rapper disagrees. When endorsing the Democratic nominee earlier this month, he praised her authenticity.
"She has a certain sincerity that’s hidden by the media," he told Billboard. "I’m not sure if it’s because she’s a woman or because Donald Trump just has a stronghold on the media at this time, but she’s unfairly treated."
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