Tag: Chance The Rapper
Verge Campus, who put Chano on tour last year, just dropped an extensive interview they did with The Rapper while they were on the road. Chance talks about life on tour, life on the internets and plans for the Social Experiment and their album, Surf. A must watch for any Chance fan. Enjoy.
Chance The Rapper is an artist and a humanitarian — but above all else he’s a man of the people. And today he put his celebrity and power to good use as he helped raise $100,000 for the Get Schooled program’s #GetConnected initiative — to help bridge the digital gap for CPS students.
Chance, alongside his younger brother Taylor Bennett, various members of the White Sox organization, Christina Milian and Sway gathered earlier today to announce and dedicate this hefty check to the cause. Great work all around from some of the Chi’s finest.
Hit the jump to see more pics from the star-studded event.
Last night, Wale was in the Windy City for his current tour and played an inspired set to a packed house at the House of Blues. As you know, Wale is plugged in the Chi, so he always has special guests up his sleeve, and last night he brought the house down when he invited Chance The Rapper to the stage.
The two ran through their recent collabo, “Friendship Heights,” and then Chano did a short solo set with “Sunday Candy.” Check out how wild the crowd was above and below. Shouts to Pursuit of Dopness on the assist.
Produced by Omega, Raak and The Social Experiment.
What better way is there to celebrate Festivus than with a new project from Wale & A-Trak? Well, a new project from Wale & A-Trak that includes a collaboration with Chancelor The Rapper and The Social Experiment.
That’s just what we have here now thanks to Wale and A-Trak’s Festivus project, which just debuted via ‘Plex. Wale and Chance snapped with this one. Give “Friendship Heights” a listen or four below.
“Everybody’s Something” w/ Chance The Rapper
Last night, Saba tore down Concord Music Hall in Chicago, as part of Red Bull’s Sound Select series. Tree was also on the bill, which included some of the dopest artists in the city. During Saba’s headlining set, the rising rapper brought out the likes of Chance The Rapper, Mick Jenkins, Eryn Allen Kane and Tree to share the stage with him. From the clips above you can see how wild the crowd got.
Check out clips of Saba, Chance, Mick, Eryn and Tree rocking out above and below. The do tracks like “Everybody’s Something,” “Heaux,” “Burnout,” and “For Y’all.” Stay tuned for more RBSS events taking off in 2015.
Shouts to Pursuit of Dopeness
Do you love Chance The Rapper? Do you love Chance The Rapper’s ad-libs? Do you love Chance’s The Rapper’s ad-libs being played on demand? Well, if you answered YES to all three of these questions (or just perhaps two of these questions) then you’re going to love this new Chance The Rapper Soundboard.
Two buddies got together to create this fun-filled soundboard, which features ad-libs and sounds from your favorite Chano verses. If you’re interested, we suggest you check it out here. Aaaaagh.
Vic Mensa played to a sold out crowd at Chicago’s Metro last night, for a crazy homecoming show. Vic had a bunch of SaveMoney soldiers in the building, and even brought out his longtime homie Chance The Rapper for a rendition of “Suitcase.” He also performed four brand new tracks for the packed audience.
Check out the footage from Pursuit of Dopeness above and below.
Back in town for Thanksgiving, Chano dropped by 107.5 WGCI’s Tony Sco & The Morning Riot to chat with the crew about a number of topics. Their conversation consists of Chance’s new single with Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment (check out “Sunday Candy” here), the Ferguson verdict and aftermath, as well as Chance’s hopes to work with Kirk Franklin.
Check it out above.