"He's bringing out an ugly side of America that we wanted to believe was gone, and it's still here. We still have to deal with it. And we have to have the conversation, we have to have the tough conversation, we have to talk about the n-word and we have to talk about why white men are so privileged in this country," Jay-Z said.
"I think it takes people like you speaking out, and especially all the young people across the country, to say, 'Nah, this ain't right, I don't feel like this. I don't represent what he represents, and I'm gonna change that.' I believe that it's gonna get more young people more active than ever. I think we'll see record-breaking numbers next election. I think we'll break every record."