Chance the Rapper hits ‘Windy City Live’ – and makes some news

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In case you missed it, Chance the Rapper was on “Windy City Live” on Tuesday.

And not only was he his usual charismatic self, he was a fanboy, bringing co-host Val Warner flowers.

He also drops news of a Kanye West collaboration:

“Me and Kanye and a bunch of Chicago artists and a lot of dope artists are working on a collaborative effort that will be released tentatively . . . how does that work?”

Watch the full interview below, with a performance of “Sunday Candy” with Donnie Trumpet & the Social Experiment. And stick around til the 40-minute mark for a performance of “Paranoid” from Acid Rap:

He also drops a hint of some possible Kanye at Pitchfork this weekend when Chance closes out the festival. So stay tuned . . .

Meanwhile, Donnie Trumpet was on “WCW” with Vic Mensa in 2012 – and Warner had no recollection of the performance. So, to jog her memory:

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