From advocating free public college tuition and an increase in federal minimum wage to protecting religious and reproductive rights, Bernie Sanders‘ democratic-socialist one-for-all attitude has propelled him as one of the most relatable presidential candidates in American history. A popular favorite among celebrities like Spike Lee, Sarah Silverman, T.I., Lil Yachty and Killer Mike of Run The Jewels, the Bern and his campaign have been a growing force, having recently drawn in crowds of 100,000 supporters at his South Bronx rally. Bernie recently hosted his latest campaign event in Lancaster, California, where thousands of attendees went wild as they watched the man of the people take the podium stage to DMX’s “Where The Hood At,” the popular 2003 anthem that takes its beat from Big Daddy Kane’s “Young, Gifted and Black.”
While DMX has already announced his retirement from the rap game for some time now, you can catch up with the rapper on his new life of family and faith after quitting the music industry with this insightful interview that was filmed during his jail term. Catch Bernie’s charged up introduction in the video above.