Windy City artist Chance The Rapper is rolling up his sleeves in his community again; this time for the mentally and physically challenged.
Chance will be producing a concert next month in his hometown of Chicago to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics. The concert will be put on by Chance’s new production company, Social Function Productions.
“I’m happy to announce that my new production company SFP and I are producing the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics here in Chicago,” he announced on Instagram, under a poster for the golden anniversary event.
The show will also feature Motown legend Smokey Robinson, singer Jason Mraz and the headliner, which has yet to be announced.
The Special Olympics were founded in 1968 in CHicago to highlight those with mental disabilities. 50 years later, that same objective will be brought back to Chi-Town by one of its favorite sons.