Chance the Rapper puts earning to work in Chicago schools
Author Raymond Hamb is studying Practical Journalism at Lane College In Tennessee.
CHICAGO: Chance the Rapper is a Chicago artist born on the south side of Chicago from the Chatham community.
Chance became known by his debut tape “Acid Rap” that went viral around the world. A humanitarian, he helps the community the best way possible; his main focus is to get youth off the streets.
Chance makes acoustic music with Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment as well as other artists. He has spoken with the mayor of Chicago on numerous occasion about school funding and has donated one million dollars toward school supplies for children during the school year.
Chance also does open mic shows where high school students can show their musical talents and gain tremendous exposure to a large Chicago audience. He has worked to assist Chicago’s Board of Education in supporting all musical talent. He won three Grammy Awards for his hottest song, “No Problem”, his last album “Coloring Book”, and as new artist in 2017.