Chance The Rapper Credits Kanye West For Helping That Hip Hop In Itself
Opportunity to discuss to be the ambassador of black boy joy in "What's Well With the Stretch And Bobbito."
Chance The Rapper was a guest on the fourth episode of What is Good with Stretch And Bobbito, the new podcast that has already drawn heavy-weight clients, such as comedian Dave Chappelle, Oscar-winning actor Mahershala Ali and best-selling author Eddie Huang.
Throughout the 30-minute podcast, the conversation criss-crossed paternity, the role the world played in a career Opportunity, and, most interestingly, the representation and the acceptance of happiness in Hip-Hop. "The construction of the bad boy image was very common," he said of the Stretch that illustrate how the Opportunity embodies what a lot of the culture has been changing throughout the decades. "It was a darkest moment," joked Bobbito.
Opportunity to openly attributed to the main stream of the acceptance of its positive image to Kanye West. He explained that in the West, was very open in what he was, what he loved, and how he. What is more important, he was open about who he was not. He also noted that the current social media landscape is becoming more and more difficult to fake the funk. "If you're rapping about being on the block, then you need to take selfies on the block," he joked. "I am lucky to have been accepted for who I am."
At one point, the conversation changed the concept of "black child of joy", that Chance has helped to usher. In a few words, is a movement dedicated to capture and share happy and proud of the representation of black men in society.
"What does it mean to you to be ambassador of the black joy and optimism? Especially in these times?", asked Stretch. Without hesitation, Chance expressed the importance, despite acknowledging his role as ambassador comes from her fame.
"I understand that there is a multitude of experiences that make up the black experience ... I have experienced many different black experiences, luck," he said. "I'm happy that people can film/document and make the success story of a black man who is a positive person."