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Chance The Rapper Asks Fans to Support "All Night" at Radio, Song Enters Top 30

When Chance asks, fans oblige.

After reaching No. 1 at Urban radio last November with his GRAMMY-winning single "No Problem," Chance The Rapper is once again campaigning for fan support for his latest Coloring Book single, "All Night," by using his RapperRadio website, which allows fans to type in the name of their city and send an automated request tweet to all of their local stations.

While Chance's latest campaign is in its infancy stage, the results thus far have to be encouraging.



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As of Monday (April 3), the Kaytranada-produced "All Night" jumped five spots (No. 33 to No. 28) at Mediabase to break into the top 30 at Urban radio. From March 27 through April 2, "All Night" earned 961 total spins, which account for a total audience size of 3.4 million listeners.

In other Chance-related news, the rapper will receive a plaque for his guest accompaniment on Kehlani's newly-certified Gold single "The Way."



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