If you were on Who Wants To Be A Millionaire and the question, "Do you know what today is?" popped up, would you have any clue? Don't worry, GlobalGrind would be more than happy to be your "phone-a-friend."
Today is National Voter Registration Day, and this upcoming election between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney seems like it'll be a race where every vote counts; every vote matters.
It's disconcerting to know that there are young individuals like Kendrick Lamar who are openly vocal about not voting.
But it is reassuring to know L.A. group, The Rej3ctz, who hopped onto the scene and made some noise with their "Cat Daddy" single, have decided to get socially conscious with their joint "Solid."
The video displays lots of different imagery that is meant to focus on politics, like highlights from the recent campaign speeches of Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama at the Democratic National Convention.
And even though "Solid" is a solid track off The Rej3ctz upcoming mixtape THE CR33ZTAPE: Rated R hosted by the LA Leakers Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk, they'll campaign this fall through Election Day on college campuses and in the community to raise awareness and register new voters - specifically young adults like themselves - who may be making their voices heard for the first time via the power of voting.
Check out "Solid" above, and let us know what you think.