Chance The Rapper is celebrating the 10th anniversary of his breakout mixtape, Acid Rap, in a major way. He’s taking it to the streets with a 10-year anniversary concert at Chicago’s United Center on August 19th. Moreover, there will be more events to follow. One of which being the release of the track “Juice” which originally could not be released when Chance dropped the mixtape on streaming platforms. The song will be released Sunday, April 30th on all streaming platforms for your ears to enjoy.
Despite mixed reviews from his “debut” album The Big Day (it wasn’t that bad). Chance The Rapper is proving he’s always known his fanbase. What felt like just a few years ago, 2013 was one of the most creative times in rap, with Chance at the forefront. Barely 20 years old, Chance The Rapper put Chicago on his back and became the face to usher in a new era of not just rap music, but Chicago rap music. Acid Rap is without question considered Chance’s magnum opus to the mixtape series. Not to mention, classic tracks such as, “Favorite Song,” “Everything’s Good,” “Acid Rain,” and “Pushaman” evoke such nostalgia and memories for a lot of Chance fans.
Chance The Rapper Is Taking “Acid Rap”‘s 10th Anniversary Home
Before all the festivities, there will be pop-ups, events, and more before the show. Following all the excitement, Chance has also been busy working on music. He’s currently putting together his new album Star Line Gallery. The album is an immersion between music, art, and cinematography. Chance The Rapper is no stranger to having a lot on his plate. Balancing an album, an upcoming concert, and being a coach on The Voice is no easy feat. However, Chance is just the man for the job.
Chance The Rapper has never shortchanged his fan when it comes to putting out quality work. Acid Rap is easily one of the best mixtapes of all time, it’s great to see it celebrated after a decade. While Chano has put out singles and features here and there, it’ll be nice for all us Chance fans to hear a full body of work. Are you still bumping Acid Rap? Are you going to the 10th Anniversary concert? Let us know in the comments.