Beyoncé Stars With Jay Z and Chance the Rapper in New Hillary Clinton Campaign Video

Beyoncé Stars With Jay Z and Chance the Rapper in New Hillary Clinton Campaign Video

"I want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman leading our country."

Published November 7th

During this past Friday's Get Out the Vote concert in Cleveland, BeyoncéJay ZChance the RapperJ. Cole and Big Sean all performed in support of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton (November 4).

Now that the festivities have come and gone, the involved performers, along with Tidal, have put together one final group effort to endorse Clinton and explain the importance of voting.

The visual, which stars Beyoncé, Jay Z and Chance, features clips from their recent performances, as well as select quotes discussing the fact that Americans have a choice to make history together this Tuesday. 

"For so long, our voices weren't part of the process," Jay Z says, opening up the clip. "So many people lost their lives for us to even have the opportunity to vote. I think we owe it to them; it's a major disservice if we don't go out and let our voice be heard."

From here Beyoncé is featured, with the singer's voice explaining from a female's point of view how far our country has come.

"Less than 100 years ago women did not have the right to vote," Bey says in the promotional clip. "Look how far we’ve come from having no voice to being on the brink of making history… I want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman leading our country."

Chance also offers his two cents in support of Clinton, offering, "My daughter and my girlfriend are the most important thing to me in the world and I need them to see [a woman president]."

Following other various ad-libs being woven into the campaign video, Bey finishes off the timely co-sign with an epic sign-off.

"We have to think about the future of our daughters, of our sons, and that is why I'm with her," Bey concludes.

Take a look at the new promotional campaign video below via Tidal.

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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