Jay-Z and Wyclef Jean stepped up the campaign to raise support for Democratic Presidential hopeful Barack Obama in Florida yesterday (October 5th).
The two artists performed for huge crowds at Miami's Bayfront Park Amphitheatre at a free concert designed to encourage the state's younger citizens to register to vote.
Florida is seen as one of the key battleground states between Mr Obama and his Republican rival John McCain in November's general election.
As previously reported on Gigwise, the concert was just one of a host of campaign events organised by Mr Obama's campaign over the weekend.
Bruce Springsteen performed at a similar event in Philadelphia on Saturday – click here to see highlights.
Both Jay-Z and Wyclef Jean have been keen supporters of Mr Obama's bid to become America's first black President.
You can see highlights from the rally below, or click here for full coverage.