Posted by , Sep 14, 2016 at 08:58pm
Chance The Rapper is giving fans an opportunity to register to vote at his upcoming tour.

Since he entered the game, Chance The Rapper has always been an advocate for the people & community, constantly addressing his opinions on social injustices & believing people need to protect & stand up for their rights. And what better way to see change happen than to vote, and that’s exactly what Chance is trying to urge his fans to do for this upcoming President election.

On Monday, the Chicago rapper took to Twitter to announce that he’s partnered up with NAACP & will be giving fans an opportunity to register to vote for Presidency during his upcoming “Magnificent Coloring World” Tour.

“Proud to announce I'll be teaming with @NAACP for#magnificentcoloringworldtour to bring Voters Registration to the show #staywokeandvote,” Chance tweeted.

To think fans needed any more reason to see Chance live, he does this. Peep the announcement below. #StayWokeAndVote

Chance The Rapper To Offer Voter Registration During “Magnificent Coloring World” Tour

Chance The Rapper is giving fans an opportunity to register to vote at his upcoming tour.


Since he entered the game, Chance The Rapper has always been an advocate for the people & community, constantly addressing his opinions on social injustices & believing people need to protect & stand up for their rights. And what better way to see change happen than to vote, and that’s exactly what Chance is trying to urge his fans to do for this upcoming President election.

On Monday, the Chicago rapper took to Twitter to announce that he’s partnered up with NAACP & will be giving fans an opportunity to register to vote for Presidency during his upcoming “Magnificent Coloring World” Tour.

“Proud to announce I'll be teaming with @NAACP for#magnificentcoloringworldtour to bring Voters Registration to the show #staywokeandvote,” Chance tweeted.

To think fans needed any more reason to see Chance live, he does this. Peep the announcement below. #StayWokeAndVote

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