Here Are All the Musicians Supporting Joe Biden & Donald Trump in the 2020 Election

Taylor Swift
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Taylor Swift arrives on the red carpet for the Time 100 Gala at the Lincoln Center in New York on April 23, 2019.

Meanwhile, Trump's list of A-listers is... thin.

After a long and arduous campaign trail, the Nov. 3 presidential election is nearly here, and battle lines are still being drawn on the all-important celebrity endorsement front. As voters try to figure out if they are sticking with President Trump or opting for former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden, A-list singers and performers are throwing their hats into the ring to line up behind their preference.

Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Beyoncé, Madonna and more are among the growing list of stars who have backed Biden -- which already includes everyone from Alec Baldwin, Tom Hanks, John Leguizamo, Debra Messing, Seth MacFarlane and Leonardo DiCaprio to author George R.R. Martin and director Rob Reiner, as well as Melissa Etheridge, Carole King, Cher and Biden's former No. 1, Pres. Barack Obama.

Take a look at some of Biden's most ardent musical supporters (not all of the below have officially endorsed Biden), and then find Trump's list after that.


Taylor Swift

Ariana Grande


See her post here.

Lady Gaga

Harry Styles


Maren Morris

Watch her video here.

Fall Out Boy

2 Chainz

Justin Timberlake

"I will be voting for @joebiden and @kamalaharris. I’m voting early, and by mail this year," he wrote in his post here.

Lil Dicky

The rapper took to Instagram fully nude to explain why he's voting for Joe Biden in the presidential election.

Hailey Bieber

See her post here.

Common and Offset

The duo performed at a Biden rally in Atlanta, Georgia. See their posts here and here.

Cardi B

"It's either, like, we go with Joe Biden or Donald Trump," she said. "I'd rather go with Joe Biden. I have spoken to Joe Biden before. I think he gets it. I don't know if it's sympathize, but I think that he understands what we want. I think he understands that what we want are simple things, you know what I'm saying? We're not asking for much, we just asking for certain s--t."



Foo Fighters

Fiona Apple

See her post here.



Bruce Springsteen

During Biden's "Hometown" ad, Springsteen says that Biden is running "to give working people the shot they deserve. An honest living for honest work, and a little peace of mind at the end of the day. Because this place stays with him. These streets are a part of him. This is more than where he’s from, it’s who he’s for."

Tegan and Sara

Maggie Rogers

During the first night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Maggie Rogers appeared to perform a special acoustic rendition of her song "Back in My Body."

Watch DNC's full first night here.

Leon Bridges

During the first night of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Leon Bridges appeared to perform his single "Sweeter," in honor of George Floyd and the countless other lives lost to racial profiling and police brutality.

Watch DNC's full first night here.


Nine Inch Nails


Barbra Streisand

Rufus Wainwright

Jason Mraz

David Crosby

Billy Porter

To close out night one of the 2020 Democratic National Convention, Porter teamed up with rock legend Stephen Stills for a cover of Buffalo Springfield's 1966 single "For What It's Worth" as a salute to those continuing to fight for their rights in America.

John Legend

MC Hammer

Cyndi Lauper

Kevin Liles


As for Trump, his most vocal support has come from rappers like Lil Pump, Lil Wayne and 50 Cent (though he later retracted his endorsement) after seeing that their taxes would increase under Biden's administration. Actor Jon Voight, Scott Baio, Stacey Dash, Ted Nugent, Kid Rock and Roseanne Barr have also voiced support.

Lil Pump

50 Cent

Lil Wayne

Kid Rock

Ted Nugent