Chicagoan emcee Chance the Rapper debuted with his “10 Day” mixtape on April 3, 2012—two weeks before his 19th birthday. Ever since this inception, Chance the Rapper has worked with several polished producers, and some amazing artists. In 2016, Chance changed the game by releasing his “Coloring Book” mixtape. The set won a Best Rap Album Grammy Award, and became the first stream-only album to win in that category.
Paying homage to Chance the Rapper is inevitable. Let’s start by enjoying this collection of songs sampled by Chance the Rapper, showcasing his eclectic artistry.
***Inspired by Netflix’s Rhythm & Flow, with memorable performances (using samples) by finalists Londynn B, D-Smoke, Flawless Real Talk, and Troyman.
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