- Lil B explains why he switched his allegiance, his take on the black vote in the 2016 race and the "Black Lives Matter" movement
- "To win African-American voters you have to feel them" and a lot of these candidates "don't understand what that means," Lil B said
Art often reflects the political pulse of society and the issues that people care about. Throughout the 2016 election cycle, CNN Politics will be profiling various influential and politically conscious artists in the "Get political" series.
Washington (CNN)California rapper Brandon McCartney, known by his professional name Lil B The Based God, released a track last year expressing his love and respect for Bill Clinton.