Just when you thought New Democratic Party leader Jagmeet Singh couldn’t get any more millennial, he has now joined a popular social network. Jagmeet Singh's Tik Tok rap is all about the election and his policies in an appeal to young voters. After a hectic month of DM’ing with Rihanna, hanging out with Drake’s producer, and conjuring up "Punjabi Poutine," Singh has officially reached peak millennial status in an attempt to attract young Canadian voters.\nAlready one of the most followed party leaders on social media, the NDP leader has now decided to branch out into Tik Tok, a social media app that allows users to edit videos and soundtracks, and make short, shareable videos.\nWhile political leaders trying to get involved with modern social media channels doesn't always go down well, this move seems to have worked well in Singh's favour!\nIn a brand new video posted to the app on Thursday night, Singh can be seen lip-sync rapping to “Choices” by E-40. As the rap alternates between the words “yep” and “nope,” Singh points to all of his NDP policies that appear on the screen.\nWhile the video is a pretty blatant attempt at connecting with younger Canadians on social media, it appears to be working exactly as intended.\nOne Canadian took to Twitter to comment on Singh's Tik Tok video, writing, "I am screeching in joy! The man knows how to get millennials engaged in politics! Especially important since they make up the biggest bloc of eligible voters."\nAnother shared a similar comment, noting, "I'm not a big believer in the political utility of memeing, but if I was, I'd tell you there's not a single political leader in the western world who understands Gen Z semiotics like this guy does."\n@theJagmeetSingh is on @tiktok_us and I am screeching in joy! The man knows how to get millennials engaged in politics! Especially important since they make up the biggest bloc of eligible voters in #elxn43 #cdnpoli https://t.co/A7dustF6B3— Bella (@burmesebelle) October 17, 2019\nI had a Grade 4 student come up to me at recess and tell me that the NDP has a tik tok account. When I said I had seen one of his tiktoks reposted to Twitter, a Grade 5 kid said “Who? Jagmeet Singh?”I don’t think kids were talking about Jack Layton on the playground...— Ivriniel (@Ivriniel) October 18, 2019\nLifestyle publications like @NarcityCanada have covered @theJagmeetSingh's "Punjabi Poutine" recipe on Instagram Live, his meeting with Uncle Tetsu ... and now this Tik Tok. I wonder how Singh's appeals to Gen Z will play out on Monday. #cdnpoli #elxn43 https://t.co/x4jWY7s6tA— Anna Desmarais (@anna_desmarais) October 18, 2019\n@theJagmeetSingh has a @tiktok_us account and I didn’t realize how much I needed this in my life! pic.twitter.com/osIqMqNtbA— Aaron Sousa (@JournoSousa) October 18, 2019\njagmeet singh on tik tok.. the others wish they had what he has— tamacoochie (@amanbean) October 17, 2019\nThe excitement continued across Twitter, as another Canadian exclaimed, "Literally an icon! What other political figure is on TIK TOK!"\nAnother shared an equally-thrilled tweet, writing, "JAGMEET SINGH HAS A TIK TOK WE. KSJSJSJSJJS NOTHING BUT RESPECT FOR THE BEST CANDIDATE."\nLiterally an icon! What other political figure is on TIK TOK! 😂 @theJagmeetSingh pic.twitter.com/CYo0K0ILXu— Mitchell Gill (@MitchellxGill) October 18, 2019\nJAGMEET SINGH HAS A TIK TOK WE. KSJSJSJSJJS NOTHING BUT RESPECT FOR THE BEST CANDIDATE— Rachel (@spacesdykes) October 17, 2019\nWHY IS JAGMEET SINGH ON TIK TOK HALAGAOSGALSHSJS IF U DONT KNOW HIM HE'S RUNNING FOR PRIME MINISTER WITH THE NDP PARTY😭😭😭 BROOOOO pic.twitter.com/MpQOQdLcwj— jess met tuwuin 💕 ⍟ (@kinoscheeks) October 18, 2019\nMe seeing @theJagmeetSingh’s Tik Tok. GOOD NIGHT TO NO ONE ELSE BUT HIM. pic.twitter.com/MOm81dOGMd— Ellanor Cyrille but Spooky 👻 (@ellanorcyrille) October 17, 2019\nthe fact that jagmeet singh made a tik tok makes me love him even more— sarah 50 (@BADREPlRWlN) October 18, 2019\nWhen asked about his viral Tik Tok video on Friday afternoon, Singh explained to the media that he wanted to use “every tool available to connect with people, particularly young people.”\nThe NDP leader went on to add, “They are a powerful force, they can change the world, and I want to engage them. And I know that they want to be engaged.”\nGlobal's @Robin_Global asks @theJagmeetSingh about his now-viral TikTok video aimed at young people. "They're a powerful force, they can change the world...yeah." @tiktok_us #cdnpoli #elxn43 pic.twitter.com/7SDosmSs32— Seán O’Shea (@ConsumerSOS) October 18, 2019\nWith the election now just days away, it remains to be seen if Singh's viral Tik Tok video, his celebrity DM's and his Punjabi Poutine will have a lasting impact on Canadian voters, young and old.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.