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The rapper has been vocal in his support for ending gun violence in Chicago.
The emerging Chicago rapper is in a contemplative mood on his latest song.
When Chance the Rapper met Kanye West is not quite the rom-com that When Harry Met Sally… was, but we can hope that this encounter will lead to a a little music.
On Chance the Rapper’s latest track he proves if we can learn to work and play and get along with each other, it will be a wonderful kind of day.
“I’ve been working with Wyclef and did a little work with J. Cole,” Chance said, “and obviously James Blake. Everyone. Boys Noize, Jessie Ware.”
Vic Mensa’s new video for “Feel That” begins with his lament that he’s not having any fun.
When Kanye fans meet Kanye haters, it is the unstoppable force meeting the immovable object.
Here’s to Jenny Lewis’ rainbow/beige pant-suit, Neko Case’s skeleton pants, the Kills’ leopard-print backdrop, Ezra Koenig’s camo shorts, and Janelle always giving us shivers when she sings ‘Given ‘Em What They Love.’
The rapper’s dad is a former aide to President Omaba, and is currently serving on staff for Chicago’s Mayor Rahm Emanuel.
“Upon rising on Sunday morning, Chance was running a 104 degree fever and could not speak due to the inflammation of his throat,” his manager wrote. “He was rushed to Hollywood Presbyterian hospital where he was put on an IV drip and medicines were introduced to help control his body temperature and pain caused by his illness.”
The song was released as a bonus track on THEMpeople’s new “Smoke Breaks IV” compilation.
The latest Top Dawg Entertainment signee (and its only female) makes good use of her labelmates, with guest spots from Isaiah Rashad on the track “Warm Winds” and Kendrick Lamar on “Babylon.”
This year’s summer tour for Diplo’s label is packed full of big names, including Run the Jewels, Fatboy Slim, Riff Raff and Dillon Francis.
And as the title of his new track implies, Chance returns with a song done at his in-house studio, recorded with his live band The Social Experiment.
And out of nowhere, we finally have his debut album Recess, which you can stream in a variety of ways.
Pia Mia might be new to the music scene, but she’s getting a grand introduction, thanks to the Divergent soundtrack.