Tag: Chance The Rapper
The surprises at Coachella continued today as Chance The Rapper was joined on the festival’s main stage by Biebervelli himself, Justin Bieber. Chano surprised the crowd by bringing out Justin to rock their collaboration from Justin’s Journals LP, “Confident”.
Check out a clip of the action above. Courtesy of Inf‘s spot.
Some new/old Chano from the dusty vaults of yesteryear. To place a time stamp on this I’d say it was recorded/written around summer-ish 2012. I could be wrong, though. I’m a blogger, not a clairvoyant, for chrissakes.
Either way it’s filled with those witty and potent punchlines that first grabbed our attention of Chance in the first place. This was produced by Apollo Brown, and was hidden on the internets yesterday. Hide and go seek, ya heard? Check it out down bottom.
Update: This record was the bonus track on THEMpeople’s Smoke Breaks IV from yesterday.
Mad Decent just got a little more decent. Chance The Rapper will be joining A$AP Ferg, Riff Raff, Action Bronson, Run The Jewels and OutKast on this year’s round of stops for Mad Decent Block Party.
Chano will be headlining the Boston, Philadelphia and Toronto stops of the tour, so be to plan accordingly if you want to catch him live. Sucks that there isn’t a Chicago date, but I’m all for a trip to Philly if anyone’s down. Chicago’s own Flossstradamus are also featured on a bulk on the stops, so that’s pretty dope.
Check out the full lineup and grab tickets right here.
Our Hood Internet homies put their spin on ProbCause and Chance D. Rapper’s stellar “LSD,” which landed on our ’100 Great Chicago Songs of 2013′ list last year. And you already know when The Hood Internet gets involved, something dope is on deck. Give it a spin below via Spin.
This track will also appear on Prob’s forthcoming EP, Waves.
Tonight is the fourth episode of CNN’s new riveting series, Chicagoland, which documents the summer of 2013 in the city of Chicago. The first three episodes have garnered much critical acclaim for their coverage of Fenger High’s Liz Dozier and Mayor Rahm Emanuel. But in episode four, they take another turn and focus on Chicago culture by documenting its local music scene.
And you can’t cover the summer of 2013 without thinking of one artist in particular: Chance The Rapper. In episode four of Chicagoland, they do some in-depth coverage of Chano’s rise to the top of the rap food chain, with behind-the-scenes footage and much more. Right now you can check out a preview with the video above.
Be sure to tune into Chicagoland TONIGHT on CNN at 9pm. Fake Shore Drive will also be featured in this evening’s episode.
The mysterious mystery man, Chance Da Rapper, randomly popped up on Al Lindstrom’s Toca Tuesdays radio show on Shade 45 last night, and decided to premiere a brand new joint. Something with Social Experiment for Social Experiment. Gotta love how he’s toying with his flow yet again. He’s channeling some new spirits on this one. Listen to him bend the track backwards with the audio below. For now we have no title.
Just what are we to call these new flows Chano is displaying? Speak on it.
Produced by XXYYXX and Dae One.
TDE’s first lady and Chancellor The Rapper meet on “Child’s Play”, the latest offering from SZA’s forthcoming album. No Bushwick Bill. Smooth vocals from SZA and a solid verse Chance? Can’t ask for much more.
SZA’s album, Z, is due out April 8th. Stream “Child’s Play” below.
Childish Gambino hit Riviera Theatre last night for the Chicago stop on his Deep Web Tour and a few special guests did too. Vic Mensa opened up the show and Chance The Rapper surprised everyone by joining in a freestyle session that Childish and Steve G kicked off, which you can see in the video above.
Chano and Gambino also performed ‘The Worst Guys” and “Favorite Song” together, which you can catch a bit of in the video below.
Some unexpected goodness from Chance The Rapper. New Chance! New Social Experiment! Here he gives us some short and sweet heat that is set to appear and Chance’s Social Experiment album — featuring Social Experiment. This was something he began working on with roommate James Blake, but hasn’t finished yet.
Listen below, but save yourself first. This is big.
“this was the og idea for me and james’ first collaboration” – Chance