The Joe Biden campaign is trying some new methods to engage with voters and get them to come to the polls.
This week, Biden’s campaign dropped the first-ever battle rap ad urging people to get to the booth.
The four-minute ad featured DNA and Charlie Clips.
“So, you think because you brought me here that I’m just supposed to confide in Biden?/What about the innocent Blacks that get snatched out of their car just for riding?/We don’t even ask for much/All we do is ask for respect/Before they did what they did to George Floyd/This country had they foot on our necks/Now, do you understand why I’m upset?” Charlie Clip spits.
DNA adds: “I feel you/’Cause every time we throw the system a uppercut, all they give us in return is low blows/But Biden and Harris got a plan to outlaw the chokehold/It’s inspiring/Donald Trump is The Apprentice/But now it’s our turn to do the firing.”
“So, when you tell me to go and vote, go and vote/Well, the reason why it’s such a hard one/’Cause how we expect our people to get jobs and the president can’t even get the job done.”
The 2020 presidential election will be decided on Tuesday, November 3.