Jay-Z and Beyoncé could hardly be accused of sitting on the sidelines this election, with Bey appearing in an Obama ad, designing Obama campaign swag with her mother and joining her husband in throwing a $40,000-per-person fundraiser for the president at Hov's 40/40 Club in New York.
But just in case you weren't sure how America's other first couple is voting, they've both dropped an election day surprise.
Everyday we see your heart and character, inspiring all of us to give more of ourselves.
You are the leader to take us from from where we are to where we need to be.
You are the reason my daughter and nephew will grow up knowing that they can truly be ANYTHING they want to be.
All my respect and ADORATION
While Beyoncé's message was all about hope and inspiration, her husband took a slightly different approach.
Performing at a rally for Obama in Columbus, Ohio on Monday afternoon, Jay-Z took the stage after Bruce Springsteen and directly before Obama himself and performed a version of "99 Problems," that tweaked the lyrics to "If you havin' world problems I feel bad for you son/I got 99 problems but Mitt ain't one."
"I didn't get clearance from the Secret Service," Jay-Z joked to the crowd before his controversial performance.
Conservatives predictably hated it, while others thought Jay-Z got schooled in transforming his own song by Newark mayor Cory Booker, especially since Jay-Z's version of the chorus followed the format of a viral video featuring Obama that was released in September.
If Obama comes out the victor on Tuesday night, this will just serve as further proof that it's Beyoncé's world and we are just living in it.