New music from Chicago’s Chance The Rapper and his band, The Social Experiment.
Two officially released singles from Madonna’s upcoming Rebel Heart album, featuring Nas and Chance The Rapper, respectively. Nas snapped on this.
“Ish Illa” is from The Rapper’s 2015 LP, Surf. Bonus, in the second clip check the Chance featured “Stevie Wonder” by Lucky Eck$.
Terrace Martin cooks up his version of SZA’s “Child’s Play” while on the Enter the Void Tour with Jhene Aiko, SZA and Willow Smith.
Produced and Performed by Donnie Trumpet, Chance The Rapper, Peter Cottontale, Nate Fox & Stix for “The Social Experiment”, Franco Davis Additional Vocals from: Chance The Rapper , Jamila Woods for “M&O” , Jabari Rayford , Eryn Kane, and Macie Stewart for “Marrow” Trombone-John Paul Floyd Bass-Patrick Paige for “The Internet” Additional Live Drums-Stix for [cont.]
Produced and Performed by Chance The Rapper, Nate Fox, Donnie Trumpet & Peter Cottontale, for Social Experiment
Chi-Town connect on this remix of Herb’s “Fight Or Flight,” featuring Common and Chance The Rapper.
From the supergroup project of electronic producers Boys Noize & Chilly Gonzales, Octave Minds, which will drop their self titled album next Tuesday, Sept 15th.
Produced By “Brian “All Day” Miller.
Chance The Rapper covers the theme from Arthur. No, not the 80′s Dudley Moore movie, but the PBS cartoon. For him, it’s retro, for me, it’s the soundtrack to my children’s breakfast every morning. I’m good on this. Produced and Performed by Chance The Rapper, Peter Cottontale, Nate Fox, Donnie Trumpet & Stix for Social [cont.]
Directed by Chance the Rapper & Austin Vesely. Produced by Social Experiment.
In celebration of Jeremih’s birthday, he teams with Shlohmo for the No More EP, which features Chance The Rapper on “The End”.
Produced by NEZ & RIO. From The MOGS EP, which was released today via Soundcloud.
After their performance of Gambino’s “The Worst Guys” at The Governor’s Ball this past weekend, Donald Glover announced via Twitter that he and Chance The Rapper are working on a collaborative EP. Check out the tweet below, along with some smartphone footage of the performance. now that chance finally released his verse on "worst guys", [cont.]
XXL: “Ever since we unveiled the cover of the XXL 2014 Freshmen issue last month, we’ve been rolling out a ton of freestyles, behind the scenes photos, interviews, videos, and plenty more with our class of 12 guys. But now that we’ve got a slew of stories and links for you to check out, it’s [cont.]
Says XXL: “Chance The Rapper is one of the 12 Freshmen on XXL’s 2014 Freshmen list revealed last Mon., May 5, on BET’s 106 & Park. All last week we’ve been providing you with a behind-the-scenes look at the selection process, the photo shoot, and the work it takes to pull it all together. But [cont.]
XXL Magazine has released their official 2014 Freshmen cover. The list of artists included are as follows: Chance the Rapper, Isaiah Rashad, Ty Dolla $ign, Rich Homie Quan, Vic Mensa, August Alsina, Troy Ave, Kevin Gates, Lil Bibby, Jon Connor, Lil Durk, and fan pick, Jarren Benton. That actually makes 12, rather than the usual [cont.]
Chance: “Hit My Line, I am so lonely. I just wanna shmoke. You can hit the roach.”
New music from Chance The Rapper, acting as the last track from Chicago collective THEMPeople’s new Smoke Breaks project, which you can also stream below.
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