Chance the Rapper takes Chicago kids to the museum

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Chance the Rapper continues to work his awesomeness game when it comes to doing for the kids of Chicago.

The Chatham native took a group of 6- to 11-year-olds from Nat King Cole Park to the Field Museum on Tuesday. Because it’s summer and that’s what you do with kids.

“Field trip! Field trip! Field trip!” they chant together on a bus to the museum. Chance shared more photos of the excursion on Instagram:


The trip comes on the heels of a Northerly Island show Chance gave on June 24 as a summer kickoffand was a part of the rapper’s Open Mike Chicago project.

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