Jay-Z has gotten very close with President Obama over the past four years, and with his constant support of the President, Jay-Z will be performing at President Obama’s Ohio rally on the eve of Election Day.
The rally will take place in one of the most important swing states, Ohio, on Monday, November 5 and will also include a performance by all American artist Bruce Springsteen.
Earlier this year, Jay-Z and Beyonce offered to host President Obama’s campaign fundraiser at their 40/40 Club in New York City.
Jay-Z, along with a little over 60 guests, raised a whopping $4 million for the President.
When asked about his relationship with the Commander-In-Chief, Jay-Z stated:
“I’m still kind of numb about it. I can’t figure it out, like, how this happened and this journey and everything that’s going on. It’s like way beyond the reach I thought hip-hop had. I knew it was the most powerful music worldwide, the culture itself, but it always amazes me the power that it has. Still, to this day.”
Make sure you all get out there and rock the vote on Tuesday, November 6th.