Chance The Rapper on His Love for Chicago

In this short clip from GQ, Chance The Rapper speaks to the historic significance of his hometown of Chicago in the context of the Civil Rights movement, how the city influences artists who live there and how live Rap music has reinvigorated the music scene in the city.

The video is a companion piece to a new article in GQ in which he recounts losing himself in LA and returning to Chicago to regroup, his relationship with President Obama and his ongoing refusal to sign a recording contract:

“Just in terms of, like, those guys being able to say that they got me. That’s what they want to do. It’s like a fucking dick-swinging contest, where they all just brag about who they recently got. And so I’m definitely not trying to be a part of their dick-swinging contest. I’m staying far away from all dick-swinging.”

Read the full story here.

Previously: Jeremih ft. Chance The Rapper, Young Thug & The Weeknd – Pass Dat (Remix)


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3 Responses to “Chance The Rapper on His Love for Chicago”

  1. King James Says:

    Apple Music is his record label

  2. King James Says:

    Someone is paying him & behind him

  3. King James Says:

    Coloring Book>>>>

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