Chance the Rapper has been vocal about the 2016 presidential election from the jump. Not only that, but he's also followed up his words and endorsements with actions.
Last night, he pulled all of his power once more to creatively inspire young voters to get out there and go do the damn thing, literally leading the way to polls (November 7).
On top of performing at Hillary Clinton's rally and benefit concert in Ohio last week, as well as starring in her latest campaign video, the 23-year-old threw a free concert event in Chicago's Grant Park, as well as sparked a march, guiding young voters to an early voting location.
As reported, thousands followed Chance and happily participated in his march, documenting the incredible gathering with the hashtag #paradetothepolls. One fan even referred to the experience as "unreal."
According to Billboard, anyone in line by 7 p.m. would be able to vote at that location. To cap off his march, Chance himself voted and took to Twitter to share the experience with his fans outside of Chicago.
Take a look at some recap footage from last night's movement led by Chance the Rapper himself in the posts below.
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