When your name is Chance the Rapper, it’s pretty much a given that one of your favorite parts of your job is performing in front of an energetic crowd. But the Grammy-winning musician has been denied the opportunity since the pandemic first hit a year ago. By nine years, he had gone from writing rap between high school classes to performing and collaborating across the world – and now he was suddenly crouching in his hometown of Chicago with no access to the outlet he liked the most.
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