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5 November 2012, 11:28 | Updated: 5 November 2012, 11:38
The '99 Problems' rapper will join Bruce Springsteen in the US President's last campaign push before tomorrow's election.
Jay-Z is set to perform at a rally for Barack Obama in Ohio today (5th November) as the current American leader makes one final push before tomorrow's highly anticipated election.
The US Presidential race is a tightly fought contest between Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney, and stars from across the world of music have been seen lending their support to the President as he bids for re-election.
Rallies across the country have featured performances by the likes of Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi and the last day will see Barack's close friend Jay taking to the stage in Columbus, Ohio.
Bruce Springsteen will also be back performing today in Des Moines, Iowa and Michelle Obama is expected to feature at both rallies.
You can check out a picture of Katy Perry performing at a special rally for the US President in Milwaukee below:
Jay and his wife Beyonce have been seen giving Barack support throughout his campaign, and back in September hosted a special fundraiser in New York where they raised $4 million for his re-election campaign.