Chance The Rapper might be Mayor of Chi-City someday, and this is only confirmation of that possibility. Reported by The Chicago Sun-Times, Chance will be joining the board of trustees of Chicago's DuSable Museum of African American History, alongside his father Ken Bennett. Mr. Bennett previously served as Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s first deputy chief of staff and director of the office of public engagement

Chance and Ken's inclusion in the museum's new board of trustees is part of an effort to revamp public interest in the museum, and promote an inter-generational dialogue. The DuSable Museum of African American History is renowned for giving a no-holds-barred narrative of Black History. We imagine there's going to be a whole exhibit added on the history of Chicago hip-hop added to this museum with Chance hanging around. Stay tuned.