Chance The Rapper Unveils Nonprofit Organization Called Social Works
Chicago is clearly plagued with some issues in the urban community, and Chance The Rapper is again doing his part to make a change. The Windy City MC just announced he will be starting a non-profit organization which he will unveil the details of today (Sept. 24) at his all day Magnificent Coloring Day Festival event in the Chi.
"Proud to present the official unveiling of my NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION, Social Works inc. We'll be at #mcd tomorrow with a booth, stop by," he posted on Twitter. The booth will have human-size chess, supershot basketball, photobooth, DJ, merchandise and more.
The "No Problem" rapper is putting on for his city with his Magnificent Coloring Day Festival at U.S. Cellular Field in his hometown. The line-up for Saturday’s event is straight-up bonkers. Chano is bringing Lil Wayne, Young Thug, 2 Chainz, Tyler The Creator, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Skrillex, Lil Uzi Vert and special guests to the White Sox Stadium for an all-day concert. Chance is teaming up with Bud Light for the festival, which serves as the South Sider’s homecoming show.
The festival will be live-streamed via TIDAL.
As far as music goes, Chano recently revealed he and Kanye West have two songs in the bag for their possible collab project Good Ass Job. “I know ‘Ye is working on something with Drake,” Chance said in a recent interview with Power 106. “We definitely have at least two songs I could say I know would be on Good Ass Job.” He’s waiting to really hunker down in the studio with ‘Ye and work on the project.
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