Jay-Z supports get out the voteThe hip-hop generation can ill-afford any delay in making political impact in a new and significant way. Jay-Z spitting rhymes at such a pivotal time, as the future of a generation, is what’s at stake throughout the nation. So vote.

For the rappers and artists of today, consider the value and power inherent in making a 12-play. That will ease the pain of young people and alleviate the misery, of a life absent of hope for an upward trajectory. Allow them to acquire knowledge and live by a set of expectations, that eradicates consternation and moves them toward greatness and away from stagnation.

Give your fans something that you spit so strong, that an intelligent man like Lil Wayne will say it is to the people that the future belongs. Encourage them to vote. In the upcoming presidential election, it is imperative that we register 10 million new voters of African American, Hispanic and similar complexion. This hip-hop generation cannot wait for the blue and red states to cast their vote and decide their fate. Instead use your time this summer to build a base, and help Obama win the presidential race. Vote. This fast approaching leisurely season, is a prime opportunity to express and establish cultural unity. Vote. Chris Brown and Drake should take this time to hone their creativity, by emitting on the airwaves songs of action and more positivity. They should come together on one accord to  sing a new note, and that note should be repeated as “Vote, Vote, Vote.”