Music mogul Diddy is really here for major black excellence. The hip-hop icon has flexed serious support for Florida politician Andrew Gillum with the primaries going down today in the Sunshine State.

Puff Daddy went to Instagram last night (August 27) to urge Florida followers to pull through at the election booths.

This week, Maybach Music Group’s Rick Ross urged fellow Florida rap stars to help make history by getting Gillum votes in Tuesday’s election.

Gillum could ultimately cement his legacy as Florida’s first-ever black governor.

Andrew Gillum is on the verge of making history. Gillum, 39, is the mayor of Tallahassee, a husband, a father of three, a FAMU grad– and he’s vying to be the Democratic candidate in Florida’s gubernatorial race. If he wins the general election, he’d be the first Black Governor in the state’s history. For the son of a construction worker and a school bus driver, it’s a classic tale of the American dream, and a new chapter in Gillum’s ambitious political career (he became the youngest person elected to Tallahassee’s City Commission when he was just 23-years-old). (The Grio)

Earlier this month, Ross celebrated the 12-year anniversary of his Port of Miami studio debut.