Chance The Rapper’s Chicagoist Purchase Sets A Dangerous Precedent For Artist-Media Relations

Forbes
Forbes
Jul 20, 2018 · 5 min read
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By Bryan Rolli

Last night, after two days of making fans wonder whether he would drop a new album this week, Chance the Rapper released four new songs. The surprise release was met with two reactions: initial excitement over new music, followed quickly by the revelation that Chance had purchased Chicagoist

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