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Chance The Rapper: Oh, How the Tables Turn

Once upon a time Chance the Rapper could do no wrong. Rising from the Chicago underground in a time where the city was more likely to be identified as the home of drill and murder capital of the US, Chance became the face of independence.

Landing features that looked like a who’s who of established and emerging artists, the internet was flooded with articles attempting to explain how he did…

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