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Lil Jon’s ‘Turn Down For What’ gets a political remix
Lil Jon and other celebrities ask you to Rock The Vote.
In a new video, Lil Jon and a list of other celebrities encourage citizens to dance and show up to vote for midterm elections this year.
Non-partisan organization, Rock The Vote, recruited music producer Lil Jon to remix his hit “Turn Down For What” party track into an unofficial midterm election anthem. The final product, “Turn Out For What,” is a song just as danceable as the original, and it comes packaged with a star-studded video that’s about as fun as voter mobilization tactics get.
Lena Dunham, Fred Armisen, and others sashay and boogie across your screen while sharing the issues that are motivating them to vote in this election—issues like marriage equality, prison reform, race equality, and legalization of marijuana.
If you still haven’t registered to vote, visit www.RockTheVote.com and help make “Turn Down For What” as successful as it is catchy.
Screenshot via YouTube
Ikenna Anyoku was a contributor to the Daily Dot from 2014 to 2016 focusing on viral news and entertainment. He now works as a staff attorney for the Legal Aid Society in New York.