The pop star admitted in this exclusive interview that after giving both candidates serious consideration, she’ll be voting for Barack Obama.
Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen rocked with President Obama in Ohio for a campaign finale. On Monday (Nov. 5), with only twelve hours before polls opened, Jay-Z performed “99 Problems” with a special shout-out to Mitt Romney.
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Two of the biggest stars in popular music will team up for a big 11th hour rally for President Obama. Brent Colburn, the National Communications Director for the President’s campaign team Obama for America, tweeted that Jay-Z and legendary rocker Bruce Springsteen will support the President’s re-election campaign in Columbus, Ohio on Monday.
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Oh Donald. Here we go with this. Donald Trump’s big announcement today is that he wants to offer President Obama $5 million (for the charity of his choice) and in return, Donald wants the President […]
Which Bad Boy rapper has joined team Romney? What’s got Nelly smoking mad? Is that you Gunplay? The answers to these questions and more with the top five stories you need to know about before the week is out (and the videos you missed).
Call them two goal-oriented and driven men who have mutual respect for one other and simply remember that one is the President of the United States while the other is a hip-hop and entertainment mogul and entrepreneur.
Tonight is the second part of the Presidential debate and we want to know who do you think is going to win? A few weeks ago Obama and Romney went back and forth in the […]
With the second Presidential debate on deck, The Game has joined the ranks of rappers for Obama, while defending the newly minted Mitt Romney supporter Stacey Dash.