By Amanda Wicks
Chicago superstar Chance the Rapper has been burning up the charts with his hit single “No Problem” featuring 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne, so it makes sense that someone would borrow that track to cheer on the Chicago Cubs as they play the Cleveland Indians in the 2016 MLB World Series.
One inventive musical mind mashed up “No Problem” with the official anthem of the Cubs, Steven Goodman’s “Go Cubs Go,” to create “World Series No Problem.”
Chance is a fan of the Chicago White Sox, but even he’s getting in the spirit of the series. He’s been tweeting his support of the team, including retweeting President Barack Obama—a proclaimed White Sox fan—who was excited to see the Cubs in the finals. When one of Chance’s fans said he wouldn’t be happy about the mash-up being used against a rival team, he tweeted out a very different response. “I f— with it,” he wrote.
It’s got Chance’s approval so it must be good. Listen to The Hood Internet’s “World Series No Problem” below.