Chance The Rapper

Outkast won’t be the only Hip-Hop stars to grace the stage at Governor’s Ball 2014. The festival, which takes place at New York City’s Randall’s Island Park, announced the full line up today.

Chance The Rapper, who became an overnight favorite due to his critically acclaimed mixtape Acid Rap, caps off a stellar year with a cover appearance on The Source magazine’s “Rookie of the Year” issue.

Here it is. The moment you’ve all been waiting for; Hip-Hop Wired presents Wired 25: The 25 Best Albums Of 2013.

Last night, The Arsenio Hall Show hosted newcomer Chance The Rapper, who performed his Acid Rap track “Chain Smoker.” Before taking the stage, the young MC spoke with Arsenio Hall on topics ranging from the violence in Chicago to why rappers should unionize.

Footage of Chance The Rapper performing a new, horn-heavy track during the later shows the “Social Experiment” Tour are circulating the Internets. However, none are as clear as this video shot by VIBE at Art Basel in Miami.

Through Complex, ILLROOTS introduced fans to a different side of their favorite new artists through their Portrait series. The season finale features Hip-Hop’s Rookie of the Year Chance The Rapper.

Justin Bieber is…well…Justin Bieber. Chance The Rapper is a Chicago MC who caught fire when he dropped his Acid Rap mixtape back in April. So naturally the two have collaborated on a cut called “Confident.”

Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper are blazing separate trails in the name of a clique that’s one in the same — Save Money. That said, the partners in rhyme make another collaborative appearance on wax via a song called “Suitcase.”

The time has almost come for Childish Gambino to drop Because The Internet. However, the actor-turned-rapper’s latest body of work sprung a leak, and in turn, fans receive an early listen of “The Worst Guys,” featuring Chance The Rapper.

Chance the Rapper has had a whirlwind year, stemming from the release of his Acid Rap free album. The Chicago recording artist has seen his mug gracing magazine covers to creating his own mini-movies.

Chance The Rapper exposed a new audience to James Blake when he hopped on the remix to “Life Round Here.” To build on their collective momentum, the pair ante up a monochromatic visual for the cut today.

Talent and upside alone have made young wordsmith Vic Mensa worthy of a listen or two. The only deterrent was the former Kid These Days frontman’s lack of solo material, but that changes today with the release of his long-awaited INNANETAPE.