Chance The Rapper Videos

  • Action Bronson & Chance The Rapper Perform “Baby Blue” On Letterman
    Action Bronson & Chance The Rapper Perform “Baby Blue” On Letterman
    Continuing his promo run for Mr. Wonderful, Action Bronson made his way by David Letterman on Wednesday night and served as the evenings very special musical guest.
  • Action Bronson Feat. Chance The Rapper "Baby Blue" Video
    Action Bronson Feat. Chance The Rapper "Baby Blue" Video
    Action Bronson once again comes through with a unique and hilarious video for "Baby Blue" off the new album Mr. Wonderful. The rapper and his affiliate/cousin Big Body Bes star through out the music video, with Bronsolino taking on a few different characters. The video starts off with Bronson arguing with himself (as said characters) in a barbershop setting.
  • Action Bronson & Chance The Rapper Perform "Baby Blue" At SXSW
    Action Bronson & Chance The Rapper Perform "Baby Blue" At SXSW
    Throughout the week at SXSW, Action Bronson and Chance The Rapper's new single "Baby Blue" could be heard coming out of car windows, speakers during DJ sets, and, if you were lucky enough, at Bronson's couple of shows. Those in attendance at Friday's mtvU Woodie Awards, which took place in Austin during the festival, got the added bonus of seeing Chance The Rapper perform his scene-stealing guest verse on the Mark Ronson-produced track. 
  • Go BTS Of Action Bronson's "Baby Blue" Video Shoot
    Go BTS Of Action Bronson's "Baby Blue" Video Shoot
    Action Bronson's Mr. Wonderful drops in two days (March 23), and to up the hype, Bronson gives us a behind the scenes look at the upcoming video for the single "Baby Blue", which features Chance the Rapper. The official video will be premiered during the 2015 YouTube Music Awards, also on March 23. 
  • Chance The Rapper Stars In "Mr. Happy" Short Film
    Chance The Rapper Stars In "Mr. Happy" Short Film
    Chance The Rapper has proven himself as one of the most exciting new artists in rap, and now, he's decided to try his hand at acting. The Chicago emcee stars in a new short film called Mr. Happy. Chance plays a guy who's contemplating suicide, but when he can't find the guts to do it himself, he falls upon a website that will perform the deed for him.
  • Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiment Perform "Sunday Candy" At SXSW
    Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiment Perform "Sunday Candy" At SXSW
    We're still waiting for Chance The Rapper's new album, Surf, but we've already heard quite a few numbers from the upcoming collaboration with live band, The Social Experiment. One of the highlights was "Sunday Candy," which featured the same warm and melodic sounds that colored some of the best songs on Acid Rap. 
  • Chance The Rapper Joins Panic! At The Disco Onstage
    Chance The Rapper Joins Panic! At The Disco Onstage
    Last night, pop-punk band Panic! At The Disco played a show at UC Riverside and closed it out with their biggest hit, "I Write Sins Not Tragedies." At this point, you may be wondering where hip-hop fits into all of this, but just wait until the 50 second mark of the video and see if you recognize the dude who hops onstage. Yes, it's Chance The Rapper, and he proceeds to act as an impassioned conductor to an audience of screaming youths. 
  • Chance The Rapper & Donnie Trumpet On The Breakfast Club
    Chance The Rapper & Donnie Trumpet On The Breakfast Club
    Chance The Rapper made his way to The Breakfast Club to help promote his crew, The Social Experiment, and he brought along Donnie Trumpet for the interview.  Chance took us back to the beginning of his rap career, explaining to Charlamagne how he got suspended for 10 days and ended up putting out a mixtape because of it. He goes on to discuss Troy Ave (the two are on good terms), classism, his father (who works in the government) and much more.
  • Action Bronson Talks "Mr. Wonderful" Art, Working With 40 & More
    Action Bronson Talks "Mr. Wonderful" Art, Working With 40 & More
    Action Bronson is gearing up to release his debut album, Mr. Wonderful. The rapper shared the Bloodsport-inspired cover art yesterday, which followed up the release of the tracklist. He also popped up on Mark Ronson's remix of "Uptown Funk", and as we learn during our interview, the relationship extends beyond that. Ronson also handles some production on Mr. Wonderful.
  • Donnie Trumpet Feat. The Social Experiment "Nothing Came To Me" Video
    Donnie Trumpet Feat. The Social Experiment "Nothing Came To Me" Video
    Donnie Trumpet, Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment collective have unveiled a mysterious new visual today, which in addition to promoting the Chicago crew's upcoming Surf album, lets us hear some smooth trumpet sounds from their resident trumpet player Nico Segal aka Donnie Trumpet.
  • Wale & Chance The Rapper Perform "Friendship Heights" In Chicago
    Wale & Chance The Rapper Perform "Friendship Heights" In Chicago
    Wale's ongoing "Simply Nothing" tour has already seen members of his Maybach Music family roll through, with Meek Mill and Rick Ross crashing the Philly stop, and now he's gotten the chance to hang with one of his more indie collaborators in Chicago. Stopping there last night, Mr. Folarin brought hometown hero Chance The Rapper onstage for a performance of their track "Friendship Heights," taken from the recent Festivus tape.
  • Chance The Rapper "SoXDay" Short Film
    Chance The Rapper "SoXDay" Short Film
    Any day now, we're expecting to get Chance The Rapper, Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment's new project Surf.
  • Chance The Rapper Talks New Single, Ferguson & More
    Chance The Rapper Talks New Single, Ferguson & More
    Chance The Rapper dropped off a new single with The Social Experiment on Tuesday, "Sunday Candy," getting the ball rolling for his forthcoming project with his band Surf.
  • Lil Herb Feat. Common & Chance The Rapper "Fight Or Flight (Remix)" Video
    Lil Herb Feat. Common & Chance The Rapper "Fight Or Flight (Remix)" Video
    Back in August G Herbo/Lil Herb dropped off a big remix to his Welcome To Fazoland cut "Fight or Flight," recruiting fellow Chicagoians for it, Common and Chance The Rapper. Today Herb follows it up with an official music video for the song, premiered by Revolt TV.
  • J. Cole & Chance The Rapper Debut New Song "Thotty" During Live Performance
    J. Cole & Chance The Rapper Debut New Song "Thotty" During Live Performance
    Awhile back, Chance The Rapper was on Tony Touch and decided to preview a new "Untitled" record. The record cut short, but many of our astute commenters observed that there was a hint of what sounded like J. Cole towards the end. As it turns out, Cole is indeed featured on the record, and the two performed it live in Chicago this past week.
  • Chance The Rapper "I Am Very Very Lonely" Video
    Chance The Rapper "I Am Very Very Lonely" Video
    Chance the Rapper is getting ready to perform in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois next weekend for the annual Lollapalooza Festival. To help promote his upcoming set, Chano decided to drop off a short new video for the track “I Am Very Very Lonely”, which he dropped off back in May. Directed by himself and Austin Vesely, the visual features the shadow of a couple who break out some provocative dance moves and end up getting up close and personal in this dark, yet vibrant visual. There's definitely no one lonely here that's for sure.
  • Vic Mensa "Feel That" Video
    Vic Mensa "Feel That" Video
    Vic scored his biggest hit yet with the UK Dance-inspired "Down On My Luck", which owed at least some of its success to its inventive and memorable video. 
  • Chuck Inglish & Chance The Rapper Record "Glam" At Truth Studios
    Chuck Inglish & Chance The Rapper Record "Glam" At Truth Studios
    Truth Studios decided to dig into the vault and release some footage of Chuck Inglish, Chance The Rapper, and Donnie Trumpet working on the track “Glam” from Chuck’s recent LP, Convertibles. With all three taking turns in the booth, its Chance The Rapper’s time in the lab that caught my attention. Chano is seen holding a bulky laptop while trying to spit his rhymes. Doesn’t look ideal or comfortable, but it clearly worked. 
  • Chance The Rapper Debuts Verse On "The Worst Guys" With Childish Gambino At Governors Ball
    Chance The Rapper Debuts Verse On "The Worst Guys" With Childish Gambino At Governors Ball
    Perhaps the only disappointing thing about Childish Gambino and Chance The Rapper's collaboration on "The Worst Guys" was that Chance only contributed to the hook, leaving Gambino to rap both verses on the song. According to Gambino yesterday at Governors Ball Festival in NYC, “There’s only a hook because this nigga doesn’t hand in verses,” he said as he motioned to Chance, who had just taken the stage alongside him.
  • Riff Raff Feat. Chance The Rapper "Not Sober Freestyle" Video
    Riff Raff Feat. Chance The Rapper "Not Sober Freestyle" Video
    RiFF RAFF just finished up a tour supporting his album NEON iCON, out June 24th, and recently he caught up with Chance The Rapper to record an impromptu freestyle session. Watch that above. As the video is labeled the "Not Sober Freestyle" on YouTube, it's easy to guess why Jody Highroller and Chance The Rapper give the cypher an off the cuff, semi-serious vibe. Performing with no beat, the pair crack each other up with their ridiculous rhymes. During Chance's turn, RAFF can be seen behind him ad-libbing comically, later calling himself the "Ad-Lib General." 
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