While he may have only made occasional appearances on Donnie Trumpet's SURF, Chance's presence was felt throughout the project -- enough that we weren't expecting another mixtape from him anytime soon.
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.
Bieber bouncing back from his recent arrest and hilarious mugshot with the visuals to the Chance The Rapper-assisted "Confident". The colorfully lit visual finds Biebz chasing a lady as usual, while Chance does his money dance. Stream Justin Bieber Feat.
Vic Mensa taps one of his more frequent collaborators-- the man behind 2013's arguable mixtape of the year, Chance The Rapper. The Chicago duo trade rhymes over a laid back instrumental, before Vic takes us home with a sung coda;
Chance brings out two very special guests to perform "Cocoa Butter Kisses" at his hometown show at the Riviera Theater.Check out Chance The Rapper Brings Out Vic Mensa & Twista In Chicago, the latest visual from Chance The Rapper, released on Friday, November
Chance The Rapper dropped his much-hyped Acid Rap mixtape back in April, and has now announced a tour to promote the project. The "Social Experiment" tour will consist of 28 North American dates, from October 25th to December 7th.
Rising Chicago emcee, Chance The Rapper, had a major break through recently with the release of his new mixtape Acid Rap. And I'm sure many people have asked themselves what's the correlation between the mixtape's title, and the actual drug itself?
Chance The Rapper's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Smoke Again (Prod. by Blended Babies) is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Chance The Rapper stepped foot in the rap game.
Bump Acid Rap, a new offering from Chance The Rapper, which was released on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013. Chance The Rapper's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Acid Rap.