During his hometown stop on the Social Experiment Tour last night, Chance The Rapper decided to perform a brand new song for the Chicago audience.
The 20-year-old star on the rise has been killing the live performance game – he’s had plenty of practice this year – and from the looks of it, last night at Riviera Theatre was much of the same.
Acid Rap showed the world that Chance is not only capable of making some of the best music out right now, but that he’s unafraid to experiment with new sounds and infuse other genres as well. This new song has an upbeat, dance-worthy feel to it and seems to have the melodic Chance flow we’ve all come to know and love.
“They say I’m saving my city, they say I’m staying for good, they screaming Chano for mayor, I’m thinking maybe I should…”