Beyoncé and Jay-Z showed their support for Clinton’s campaign in Cleveland on November 4. Beyoncé claims that she wants to see her daughter growing up in a country that represents her. The Carters attended important events throughout Obama’s career as President since his Inaugural Ceremony. Now, it could not be no different. They follow Obama’s steps supporting the democrats.

“Get out and vote” also saw Chance the Rapper, J Cole and Big Sean take the stage. In a note for the Billboard, Chance commented that Hillary is leading the run but she still needs people help. “We got the power to do anything we wanna do, harden” Sean said, “If you could put your mind to it, you can manifest it”.

Beyoncé mentioned that the last 8 years she has been seeing positive changes, and she will not permit Donald Trump to stop them.

“Eight years ago, I was so inspired to know that my nephew, a young black child, could grow up knowing his dreams could be released by witnessing black President in office,” Beyoncé said. “We have the opportunity to create more change. I want my daughter growing up seeing a woman leading our country and know that her possibilities are limitless, we have to think about the future, our daughter, our sons… and vote for someone who cares for them as much as we do, that why I’m with her (Hillary)”.

On election eve, we have Hillary Clinton slightly ahead of the run from Donald Trump.

“We don’t need Jay-Z to fill up arenas… I actually like Jay-z but you know? the language last night… Oooh…” said Trump. “I was thinking maybe I’ll just try it. Should I use that language for one event? Can you imagine if I said that?” Trumps tone of sarcasm and irony while his own campaign has engaged previous scandals including racism, misogyny and xenophobia.

The media is not sure rather Trump referred to Jay colloquial language or the language reproduced through Jay-Z during the concert. Either way, Trump likelihood may not benefit from his attacks to a couple of hip-hop artists at all. Donald Trump’s campaign leaned on insensitive attacks to his opponents rather than his own promises as potential president.

Meanwhile, Jay-Z shortly alluded few words to incite the enthusiastic crowd to vote with “I want to grow up in a world where my daughter has no limitations, where our daughters have no limitations”. The rapper also spoke about “we are stronger together” and that Trump wants to weaken the country by dividing the population.

Firmly addressing the artists’ contribution to her campaign, Hillary declared inspired by their passion, energy and intensity. “We have a woman who is an inspiration to so many others,” Hilary adds, “I thank her; I thank Beyoncé for standing up”.

To finish her brief speech and the “Get Out and Vote” event, Hillary declared content to roll up her sleeves and work with the United States.

On election eve, Tidal music streaming service released a PSA featuring the artists and their crew in support of Clinton’s campaign. On Twitter, the company said: “use your voice and make sure tomorrow”, while the black & white video runs calling people for action (to vote).

Hilary Clinton campaign counts 4 points over Trump’s, which her battle run continuously its tour stopping in Philadelphia at last.

– Gabriel Santos, Correspondent (Music)