Chance that the rapper reinvented virtual appearances in quarantine and won't stop
When your name is Chance the Rapper, it goes without saying that one of your favorite parts of your job will perform in front of an energetic audience. But the Grammy winner has been denied that option since the pandemic a year ago. In nine years he had moved from writing raps between high school classes to performing and collaborating around the world – and now he was suddenly huddled in his Chicago hometown with no access to the outlet he loved most.
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