“I don’t make songs for free, I make ’em for freedom”—Chance the Rapper
Chance the Rapper who received universal recognition in 2013 from his mixatpe “Acid Rap” has released new music—Coloring Book.
The announcement came during his musical guest appearance on Jimmy Fallon Thursday, May 5th where he performed his latest song “Blessings“.
The Chicago native is highly respected in the Hip-Hop industry and has worked alongside some heavy hitters, including co-writing and appearing on Kanye’s “Ultralight Beam” from Life of Pablo.
Chancelor Bennett a.k.a. Chance the Rapper is not only influential with his poetic flow, but he also uses his fame to partner with non-profits to advocate in poverty-stricken and violent communities.
For more on this Hip-Hop Prince be sure to check out the June/July issue of “Complex” magazine where Chance the Rapper and the hit Hip-Hop Broadway play “Hamilton“ Lin-Manuel Miranda both cover and discuss their similarities, music, politics, and fatherhood.
“When the praises go up, the #blessings come down”—Chance the Rapper
Press play to check out Chance the Rapper perform “Blessings”. Also, download “Coloring Book” at http://www.chanceraps.com