Chance The Rapper
Chance The Rapper made his Coachella debut during day three of the 2014 festival. During a set filled with fan favorites from his growing discography, Hip-Hop’s new kid on the block surprised fans by bringing out Justin Bieber to perform “Confident.”
Kid Cudi decided to beat the Coachella heat by letting his toned man tummy show in a red crop top, paired with jean cutoffs. This guy is very dedicated to fashion trends.
Hip-Hop has taken Chance The Rapper across the world and beyond rather quickly, but at the root of it all, he’s a MC born and bred in Chicago. Yesterday, “The Writer,” an unreleased song by the rapper that captures his hometown’s essence, found its way onto the Internets.
The amalgamation of music genres that is the Mad Decent Block Party is set to return in 2014, and this year’s may be the best yet. This year’s festival dons a phenomenal lineup that’s headlined by none other than Outkast.
Comedian Hannibal Buress is enjoying the benefits of a steadily growing profile and is recognized as one of the premier funnymen of his era. In a chat with actor and fellow jokester Seth Rogen, Buress breaks down the process of telling jokes, shares thoughts on Hip-Hop music and much more.
Independent in practice and spirit, Save Money affiliate, Chance The Rapper, recently modeled gear for Dockers in collaboration with Complex. In the brief spot, the relatively new MC discussed his quirky style, desire for functional clothing and the like in regards to his fashion choices.
With few exceptions, Chance The Rapper has been pretty secretive about the music he’s created since releasing Acid Rap in 2013. But a recent spree of new tracks like this unreleased record he debuted on Tony Touch’s Toca Tuesdays infers that his new project may be releasing sooner that later.
Here’s a track featuring a pair of the quirkiest newcomers to hit the scene in recent years. TDE’s SZA delivers a Chance The Rapper-assisted track called “Childs Play” from her upcoming Z EP.
Chance The Rapper shared a new song over Twitter last night called “Home Studio (Back Up In This B**ch).” The Social Experiment (this is also rumored to be the title of his next project) assists with wavy production and weird vocalization.
To say that freestyling has become a lost art in Hip-Hop would be an understatement. But fans at a recent Childish Gambino show in Chicago saw what true emceeing looked like during a spur of the moment freestyle session.
Nearly a year after Chance The Rapper released his breakout Acid Rap mixtape, fans are anxiously awaiting to see if the follow up, Social Experiment, can make a similar impact. Today, 2013’s Rookie of the Year returned with artwork for the project and an unreleased track to hold fans over.