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Watch Kanye West Surprise a Bunch of Chicago High Schoolers Who Think They’re Going to See Chance the Rapper
Yeah, you can bet these teens were pretty excited to see ‘Ye walk out to perform at their high school auditorium.
Bringing people together is important for this half Mexican, half Japanese rapper from Chicago.
Could Kanye West be on it, too?
Instead of an awards show, YouTube celebrates with a series of original music videos from established and emerging artists alike.
Just think about what kind of Wes Anderson movie could come out of this.
No word on a release date.
Not to mention a guest spot from Nas, along with producing credits from Kanye West, Diplo and SOPHIE.
The holiday mixtape includes a slew of guest stars, including one rapper who’s not very happy with how his feature was handled.
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.’