Published: Fri, February 17, 2017
Culture | By Ray Hoffman

Chance the Rapper to play Maverik Center, April 29

Chance the Rapper to play Maverik Center, April 29

After making history a few days ago and becoming the first artist to ever win a Grammy without actually selling a record, Chance The Rapper is soaring into 2017 of a cloud of confidence.

Tickets are $39.50 to $79.50.

Coming on the scene with vibrant rhymes and jazzy retro beats, Chicago's Chance the Rapper broke through with the 2013 mix-tape "Acid Rap". He gives his music away for free on a variety of outlets and has built his reputation on letting his "shooters come for free" (as he said on his hit "No Problem").

Gambino would land on the "Acid Rap" mix-tape along with Ab-Soul and Action Bronson.

Backed by a massive choir, Chance took to the Grammy stage with gospel artist Kirk Franklin, Francis and the Lights, and Tamela Mann for a medley which included the songs "How Great" and "All We Got".

The success of Chance the Rapper and "Coloring Book" introduces a new age for music. Now, Grammy-winning Chance the Rapper will grace Ohioans with a stop during his Spring 2017 tour. The mixtape featured guest appearances from Kanye West, Justin Bieber and Future. 2016 was huge for Chance with release of the follow up to Acid Rap, Coloring Book, which topped almost ever best of list in the music industry.

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