Chance the Rapper shares an epic playlist to celebrate his 25th birthday. 25 & Alive features 31 of the singer's favorite songs.
Chance the Rapper turned 25 on Monday, April 16, and some of the songs featured on his playlist include "Daddy's Birthday" by Young Thug, "We Don't Care" by Kanye West, "Kush" by Lil Wayne, "Lil Gangbangin Ass" by G Herbo, "Nice For What" by Drake, "Calm Down" by Burna Boy, "Candy Rain" by Soul for Real, "Best Life (feat. Chance the Rapper)" by Cardi B, "I Like It" by DeBarge, "Cruise" by Francis and the Lights, and more.
Other than his 25th birthday playlist on iTunes, Chance the Rapper also made headlines after he had taken the Coachella stage with Cardi B. Chance the Rapper and Cardi B were also joined by G-Eazy, 21 Savage, and Kehlani at the festival last weekend.
Chance The Rapper Denies Childish Gambino Collaboration
Last month, Chance the Rapper also opened up about his alleged collaboration with Childish Gambino. He said that even though speculations have been ripe about their mixtape, they are not working on anything at the moment.
"We perpetuated that rumor for a long time without recording anything. We did link up in Atlanta and record some tracks and... they're amazing," said Chance the Rapper.
Chance the Rapper is an American singer, rapper, songwriter, and record producer from West Chatham in Chicago, Illinois. His real name is Chancelor Jonathan Bennett.
In 2013, Chance the Rapper gained popularity after he had released his second mixtape Acid Rap. Three years later, the rapper dropped his third mixtape called Coloring Book, and it was also embraced by his fans across the globe. Coloring Book earned Chance the Rapper three Grammy Awards, including Best Rap Album.
The songs in Coloring Book are "All We Got," "No Problem," "Summer Friends," "D.R.A.M. Sings Special," "Blessings," "Same Drugs," "Mixtape," "Angels," "Juke Jam," "All Night," "How Great," "Smoke Break," and "Finish Line / Drown."
Chance The Rapper Talks About His Big Win
Last year, Chance the Rapper dished on his win at the Grammy Awards and said that he is unsure of what to do next afterward.
"So, after [the Grammys], it was definitely kinda like where do I go now? But it reminded me of how I've been thus far. [It's] so important to look at everything as milestones and not, like, the grand achievement. I never made music so that I could win Grammys or so that I could play SNL or so that I could throw a festival..." said Chance the Rapper.