Chance the Rapper Took Everyone to Church at Spotify's RapCaviar Concert
Chance the Rapper reminded everyone that they don't want any problems with him. On Saturday night, the Chicago rapper headlined Spotify's RapCaviar concert with a dynamic hour-long performance in Brooklyn, NY. Inspired by the streaming service's playlist of the same name, RapCaviar also featured artists such as Sheck Wes, Tierra Whack, and DJ SpinKing.
Beginning with "Blessings" from his 2016 album, Coloring Book, Chance the Rapper had all the praises going up and blessings coming down. The show quite honestly could have doubled as a sermon. He got the crowd going with a high-energy performance of "Angels," "No Problem,"and "All We Got," but also slowed the tempo with hits such as "Ultralight Beam" and "Same Drugs." A couple of his new songs, including "Work Out" and "I Might Need Security" made it into the show, as well. As the set closed, he played a video montage of his old mixtape and album covers while thanking fans for supporting him all these years before finishing with another performance of "Blessings." By the end of it all, the crowd was feeling sanctified and filled with the holy rap spirit. View photos of his performance ahead.