Music mogul Jay Z and Kendrick Lamar are reportedly going to link up to help President Barack Obama celebrate his 55th birthday in style heading into the weekend.

According to reports, Jay and K. Dot will join various celebrities Friday (August 5) at the White House for President Obama’s birthday bash.

Multiple sources confirmed to Page Six that first lady Michelle Obama is throwing a top-secret bash for the president to celebrate his last birthday at the White House. We’re told that a host of stars will attend, including Usher, who is expected to perform, as well as Obama’s favorite rapper Kendrick Lamar. (Page Six)

In late 2015, Kendrick reacted to President Obama calling his “How Much a Dollar Cost” one of his favorite songs of the year.

“It feels great man. Help as many people as you can, man. You’re not going to live forever.” (TMZ)

Last year, President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama named their top songs of the year.

In an exclusive interview with PEOPLE for a Campaign 2016 special feature in this week’s magazine, Michelle reveals she can’t get enough of “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars, while her husband says he’s all about Kendrick Lamar’s “How Much a Dollar Cost.” (People)

In 2012, Jay Z explained why he supported President Obama.

Still Jay whole-heartedly supports the President and even aided in his reelection campaign by throwing a fundraiser which brought in $4 million to the Obama camp on September 18. “I support Barack because I gotta respect that sort of vision. I gotta respect a man who is the first black President ever,” he said. “To have that sort of vision and dream, I have to support that.” (MTV)