Hip-hop fans who decided to be at the Midland theater instead of Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday night were validated by an outstanding performance by Chance the Rapper. The burgeoning star isn’t signed to a record label and offers his songs as free downloads. The unconventional gambit has paid off.
Hip-hop fans who decided to be at the Midland theater instead of Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday night were validated by an outstanding performance by Chance the Rapper. The burgeoning star isn’t signed to a record label and offers his songs as free downloads. The unconventional gambit has paid off. File photo by BARRY BRECHEISEN Invision/The Associated Press
Hip-hop fans who decided to be at the Midland theater instead of Kauffman Stadium on Wednesday night were validated by an outstanding performance by Chance the Rapper. The burgeoning star isn’t signed to a record label and offers his songs as free downloads. The unconventional gambit has paid off. File photo by BARRY BRECHEISEN Invision/The Associated Press
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