Add Chance the Rapper and Steph Curry to the growing list of celebrities urging the masses to vote. The duo appeared on Saturday's episode of "Pod Save America" as celebrity guests, helping to explain just how easy it is to cast a vote in the Nov. 6 midterm elections.
"Pod Save America" is a series of HBO specials based on the hit podcast of the same name, which talks politics without all the nonsense and with a dose of pop culture. The segment "Democracy or Else" featured Chance and Curry admitting that neither of them had sent in their absentee ballots yet, which earned them a scolding from the segment's host Akilah Hughes. It's a pretty funny video, but also an incredibly informative one, and you can watch it above.
Music fans who also haven't mailed their ballots in yet can find everything they need to vote by visiting the corresponding website.
The "Pod Save America" appearance is the latest way Chance the Rapper is using his platform as a music superstar to make a difference. Last month, he held his own press conference at Chicago's City Hall to personally endorse mayoral candidate Amara Enyia. Less than two weeks earlier, he donated a million dollars to help improve mental health services in his home city. He has also curated and headlined a concert for the Obama Foundation and previously lectured at Harvard University.
On the music front, he's released four new singles this year including "I Might Need Security" and appeared on the Cardi B single "Best Life" from her debut record Invasion of Privacy. He also had his first ever Asian tour this summer.
While Chance the Rapper has plenty of hits and three Grammy Awards, the most impressive thing about him is his commitment to using his resources to make everyone's world a little bit better. This voting video is not only an example of that, but it's very hilarious too, and hopefully, it will inspire Chance the Rapper fans to get out and vote on Nov. 6.
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