Chance The Rapper shares plans for next solo single, and video from a recent surprise field trip fro Chicago kids.
It may have been hard for people to mention SURF without attaching Chance The Rapper's name to it, and while he was heavily involved, technically speaking, it was a Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment album. Wyhat that means, is that Chance is still preparing an official follow-up to Acid Rap, and speaking with the BBC's DJ Semtex, he revealed plans to release live favorite, "Paradise" as the first single.
“‘Paradise’ is a touring record,” he said. “It’s a song about being grateful, and it’s a song about celebration and it’s a song about the word. It’s always been a song that we only perform live–I’ve been touring for a year now. It’s releasing soon, it’s the first single.”
On top of the music, Chance has been making an effort to help Chicago youth, organizing a concert targeted at teens in the city, and today, taking some 6 too 11-year-old kids on a surprise field trip. View some Instagram clips of his experience below.
Surprising our first @ChicagoParks day camp today by taking them up to THE FIELD MUSEUM for a special behind the scenes look at history!— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) July 7, 2015