The concert at Cleveland State University, which also included performances from Katy Perry, Big Sean, J. Cole, Chance the Rapper, John Legend and The National, came just four days before Election Day.
CBS News reported that the event was aimed at young and African-American voters in the battleground state of Ohio, where Trump is currently leading in the polls.
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Clinton has received an outpouring of support from musicians and other celebrities throughout her campaign, and especially in the final days of the election.
Like I said on stage. I seen Hov perform in 07 in the D to encourage us all to vote for Barack there, I was definitely in the nose bleeds seats w/ nothin but a dream. 8 years later we here on the brink of history again except this time we on the stage wit him. Love, dream, plan, go far! It's all on you!
Last weekend, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony took the stage for Clinton at a free concert in Miami. On Tuesday, R&B singer Ne-yo performed at another free get-out-the-vote concert in Raleigh, North Carolina. And Perry, who has hit the campaign trail for Clinton multiple times in the past, is set to perform at another concert for the Democratic nominee in Philadelphia on Saturday.