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Chance the Rapper Shares Video for New Song “Child of


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Chance the Rapper has released a new song called “Child of God,” featuring Moses Sumney. In the track’s new music video, Chance can be seen rapping in the same massive room as the one in the music video for his 2021 song “The Heart & the Tongue” while artist Naïla Opiangah paints on a large canvas behind him. Check it out below.

Chance met Opiangah, a Gabonese painter, during a trip to Accra, Ghana earlier this year. The artists have now opened a contemporary art project, also called Child of God, at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art. The exhibition will run through Tuesday, March 29. 

Chance the Rapper’s last album, The Big Day, came out in 2019. See why Chance the Rapper was chosen as one of “The 200 Most Important Artists of Pitchfork’s First 25 Years.”

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