Watch Jay-Z perform live at President Obama’s Campaign Rally in Columbus, Ohio.
With the American presidential election 1 month away, there are still a great amount of undecided voters. When people make their pick, they usually take into consideration a candidate’s economic plan and his stance on various social issues, unless you’re Snoop Dogg. Apparently, Snoop goes by a different rubric. Tha Doggfather instagramed a “cons & pros” list explaining why he’s not voting for Mitt Romney and why he’s voting for Barack Obama. It is important to note that the list wasn’t originally created by Snoop, but by twitter user @DragonFlyJonez. Read a more legible version of the list down below.
Rappers might never respond to jabs, but the President of The United States of America certainly knows how to counter. Power 95.3′s Morning Show asked the President about Nicki Minaj’s “I’m a Republican’ votin’ for Mitt Romney” line on “Mercy” from Dedication 4. Tha President Obama hit Nicki Minaj with the statement down below. Ether?
She likes to play different characters – Pres. Barack Obama
“Who’s Young Jeezy?” asked 75% of the room. But wait, the President sings “Trap or Die” to his wife? Well, one of the reasons Obama got elected was because of his charisma, and his charisma was the main event at yesterday’s White House Correspondents Dinner. With Kim Kardashian, and Lindsay Lohan in attendance, President Obama revealed his appreciation for Jizzle’s street bangers.
In my first term, I sang Al Green. In my second term, I’m going with Young Jeezy. Michelle said, yeah. I sing that to her sometimes.
You know they love the snowman in the white house. #Turntup
— SnowGo (@YoungJeezy) April 29, 2012
YouTube comedian Alpha Cat President Obama remixes Drake’s “I’m Goin’ In” to tell America about his plans for 2012. Even the first lady jumps in for a hearse verse.
US President Barack Obama tells us his opinion on Hip Hop. He offers his insightful comments on Hip Hop as well as some criticism’s of the genre.
Barack Obama admits he listens to Jay-Z and Kanye West but also admits he doesn’t agree with some of the materialistic messages they put out.
Hear are a few quotable lines from the man himself.
“Hip Hop is not just a mirror of what is, it should also be a reflection of what can be”.
“Imagine communities where knowledge, reading and academic excellence are valued”.
“Art can’t just be a rear view mirror it should have a headlight”.
Real talk Obama. Check out the video above.