Jay Z and Beyonce put on for Hillary Clinton in a big way Friday night (Nov. 4). The two megastars hosted a Get Out the Vote concert in support of the Clinton campaign, which might have been one of the littest political related events of all time.

While introducing the probable next POTUS to the stage, Hov dropped some jewels on why there's no way he would ride with Donald Trump in this election. "The soul is colorless. I want to grow up in a world where our daughter has no limitations. [Where] she feels like she can be whatever she wants to be in the world," he started. "That other guy, I don't have any ill will toward him. But his conversation is divisive, and that's not an evolved soul to me. So he cannot be my president. He cannot be our president. Once you divide us, you weaken us. We are stronger together."

The show was packed with A-list guests including, J. Cole, Chance The Rapper and Big Sean.

Hip-Hop has been lending its hand in a major way this election season, and in past elections.

This go round, the Democratic party has leaned heavily on the star power of urban artists to get the word out about voting. This campaign season has seen the likes of Pusha T, DJ Khaled, MC Hammer and more showing public support for the Left in some form or fashion.

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