Chance The Rapper is being given the title of the future of rap. His verses are both inspiring and well-thought out stories that are told in a unique way. So, we decided to highlight the 16 Best Chance The Rapper Quotes to celebrate his artistry.
Chance The Rapper is one of Kanye West’s favorite artists right not and it’s pretty incredible the success he has amassed. His album Coloring Book was critically acclaimed and hosted a slew of features including Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Jay Electronica and more.
Chance The Rapper celebrates his humble beginnings and proudly reps his hometown of Chicago. It’s no wonder Kanye gives him his complete support and blessings moving forward in his career. So, we invite you to check out out 16 Best Chance The Rapper Quotes below.
16 Best Chance The Rapper Quotes
“Some people are so poor, all they have is money.”
“A cool & diversified version of a mix tape. The BreakBeat Poets is a thorough and complete summation of Golden Era writers who continue to build the scene of literary and performance poetry.”
“This ain’t no intro, this the entree. Hit that intro with Kanye and sound like André.”
“Music can kind of make you one-dimensional. People see what’s on the surface and what you rap about, and they make their decision on who you are from there.”
“Kanye took me from a kid who listened to music to a kid who lived music.”
“Make new words for love and old uses for Kodaks.”
“The idea of ‘talking white,’ a lot of people grew up around that, just the idea that if you speak with proper diction and come off as educated that it’s not black and that it’s actually anti-black and should be considered only something that white people would do.”
“Sometimes the truth don’t rhyme, sometime the lies get millions of views, funerals for little girls is that appealing to you?”
“Now I’m the same way, over time all the time, every night, hey/Ready my blessing, now I’m ready how I wait/Never let a friendship get in my way/Never let a blog get in my way/Make the whole song do whatever I say.”
“I don’t make songs for free, I make ’em for freedom/Don’t believe in kings, believe in the Kingdom.”
“I think it’s so dope that I’m here in Chicago and contributing to the music scene that’s thriving. People are so happy Chicago’s shining that everyone is willing to say ‘I represent Chicago.’ That wasn’t always the case.”
“Me and my girl plan to stay to the end/Hope there never come a day where we be better as friends.”
“I don’t really have control over my direct impression on people anymore. I used to be the person putting my CD in people’s hands. But I’m kind of a mainstream artist now. Not by choice.”
“Found warmth in a Black queen for when I get cold/Like Nat King, I’m doing the dad thing/I speak of wondrous unfamiliar lessons from childhood/Make you remember how to smile good.”
“The weird thing about rap is that you don’t get compared in the same way that athletes do, even though it’s probably the most competitive sport in music. In basketball, they look at a player and say: ‘This guy was the best in his prime at this sport.’ But in rap it’s not until you’re dead or retired that people think about it like that.”
“People always tell me I’m the complete opposite of Chief Keef and act like I’m supposed to stop him from making his music. But I like Chief Keef, so it’s always super awkward. I just make music I like.”