Last night, Chance The Rapper dropped by the Toca Tuesdays studio to kick it with Al Lindstrom. While up there, he world premiered a brand new song. He didn’t give a title, but it’s definitely a dope listen. Tune in to Toca Tuesdays each and every Tuesday from 8p till 12a EST on Shade 45.
The first lady of TDE delivers new music, guest starring Chi-Town’s Chance The Rapper. Produced by XXYYXX. Her album, Z, hits April 8th.
Chance writes: “Produced by Social Experiment. Sox. Made in my Home Studio. Who gon stop me hah?”
Original version of Chance’s collab with James Blake, “Save Yourself First”. “James never liked this version”, says Chance.
You may have heard this last night on our sister site, WeAllHitPlay.Com, where a full stream of Skrillex’s new album, Recess, is being hosted. Here it is for the hip-hop heads, where Chance borrows lines from Biggie’s “Big Poppa”.
No, we don’t have inside information, and no, these aren’t OUR picks, we just think we have a pretty good ear for what’s happening in the industry. So place your bets, here are our predictions for XXL’s Freshman Class issue for 2014. 1. Jon Connor – This Flint, MI emcee has been slaying tracks on [cont.]
Chicago is having a moment. From Chance The Rapper’s unprecedented rise to Lil Bibby becoming one of rap’s most anticipated newbies, the scene in the Chi is bubbling. And the city’s elder statesmen are taking notice. VIBE sat down with Common at Los Angeles’ House of Blues in December and he shared why he feels [cont.]
From the album, Because The Internet. Directed by Kyle Newacheck.
Troy Ave speaks on Chance The Rapper’s recent success, and suggests that a “drug addict” cannot lead the rap game. He also explains the shot he threw at Kendrick Lamar on “New York City”.
We’ve seen it before, we’ll see it again. Something under-the-radar breaks through to the mainstream, and the rest of the industry back-peddles in attempt to see what they’ve been missing. When the so-called tastemakers of popular culture are late to the party on something, its usually followed by glowing reviews and affirmations of said product, [cont.]
Chance The Rapper performs on Arsenio. Acid Rap available now.
Nardwuar interviews Chance The Rapper in Vancouver, BC Canada.
With little budget, experience or time for preparation, the team and I put together this #SocialExperiment Tour 2013. My first Tour. 43 shows. 18 person crew. 4 piece band. 1 Tour bus. 1 raw ass RV. This video represents positivity, love, friendship, musicianship, support and a whole lot of hard work. Big thanks and a [cont.]
Dot Da Genius produced bonus track from eXquire’s Kismet (Blue Edition).
#SheGotGame Available on iTunes 9/17.
Chance The Rapper releases his Acid Rap mixtape, which features collaborations with Childish Gambino, Action Bronson, Ab-Soul, Jake One, Blended Babies, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, and more. Chance The Rapper – “Acid Rap” (Mixtape)
Directed by ILLROOTS. From the upcoming album, AcidRap, hitting April 30th.
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