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Lizzo Shares Incredible Electronic Beat-Box Song Urging Fans To Vote -- See The Video!!

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By Mike Walters

Musician Lizzo created an amazing video using an electric beat-box to remind her massive following to get out today and vote -- and it is awesome!

The singer took to Instagram, sharing a video where she uses her hands to create the beat and then sings along with the it urging people to get out and vote.

It appears Lizzo is sitting in her in-home music studio and using the high tech equipment normally used to help create her songs.

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'Do You Know What Time It Is?!'

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In the clip, Lizzo starts out by singing, 'Hey world, What's Up!"

She continued, "Do you know what time it is?!" -- repeating the phrase several times.

"It's time to vote!" she added.

While Lizzo is singing the short but powerful message, the names of the states which have primary elections going on today -- popped up in the background to remind people of where it is happening.

Lizzo captioned the video with several websites, giving her 9 Million followers a direct path to educate themselves about today's election.

"https://www.ballotready.org/ 🤓 https://www.headcount.org/ 🤗 https://swingleft.org/," she posted.

Lizzo joins a ton of celebrities with huge followings to encourage people to get out and vote, including Snoop Dogg, Meek Mill, Kevin Hart, and Kylie Jenner.

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Over the weekend, Lizzo addressed the brutal murder of George Floyd on Instagram -- tearing up as she processed the death and addressed police brutality.

"It's not that hard to see. The people that don't see it don't want to see it. I don't have sympathy for people who don't see it anymore. Black people are tired. We are so tired," she said.

The "Truth Hurts" singer continued, "I'm tired of putting myself in danger, It's not danger from the protesters, it's danger from the police who don't value me. Danger of the white supremacist groups who are shooting at people, who are running people over with their cars. How do we not see where the issue is? Why is everyone being so—in the media—political? This isn't a political issue. The issue is in politics, but it's not a political issue. It's so much deeper than politics. It's in the veins of this country...there is racism running through its veins."

Lizzo Addresses George Floyd's Death, Police Brutality

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She continued, "This is the most outrage I've seen as a country, and that is starting to give me the first semblance of hope I've had in a long time. I really do believe in the good of people, and maybe that makes me naive, but I've seen Minneapolis rise up and do incredible things. Time and time again we've seen this happen with no indictment, with no sentencing, with no punishment. So that doesn't actually feel like progress."

Adding, "I still love my blackness. I still love your blackness," she concluded. "I still believe that everybody's life matters. But until we start treating each life equally and respecting each life equally, we gotta say Black Lives Matter."

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