The Pivot Gang rapper talks representing his neighborhood and honoring his deceased friend John Walt on his new project.
“I often consider myself an introvert. I’m trying to unlearn that and actually go out and meet people that love my music.”
“When everything died down, I lost connection with my fans.”
“There’s not no ‘other side’ of Chicago.”
"Just to be a part of what he a part of already is a blessing alone."
From Anderson .Paak to Young Thug and everyone in-between, we explore all of Chance's 'Coloring Book' collaborators.
Lil Chano From 79th is reportedly close to signing a lucrative deal as a team ambassador for the Sox.
Chance explains that PTSD is at the root of Chicago's violence, focuses on Jason Van Dyke and more.
Godamnit Spike Lee, when are you going to know when to stop?
The "Chicagoan of the Year," speaking on behalf of his city, stands up to Spike Lee's new film.
With his knack for catchy melodies, descriptive songwriting, and excellent beat selection, Chance has superstar potential.