Chance The Rapper Family Business. First of all, the Family business in the title isn’t actually anything about the business or anything related. Family Business is a song by Kanye West which was released in 2004.
Chance the Rapper made a studio version cover and video of this song, after becoming a dad, which he called ‘Family Matters’.
Chance the rapper net worth is $ 25 million. Now you might be thinking why he released this after becoming a dad?
The reason for this is that Chance the Rapper had a never ending-love for Kanye West and he even said that if he had the chance he would have made him dad.
Chance the Rapper is also reported to have said that ‘College Dropout’ (an album of Kanye West) was his favorite album which even inspired his music.
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Chance The Rapper Family Business: Family Matters
‘Family Matters’ was a song, as mentioned above, which Chance covered, was during his tour along with his crew or more preferably called his friends. However, Chance the Rapper added his own verse in the song to Kanye West’s classic.
That verse was just a connection telling people about Chance’s success which was depicted by the footage of show rehearsals in which Chance is practicing with his band called the ‘Social Experiment’. The verse was as follows:
“Hallelujah, the kid grew up.” He raps.
In addition to this, if you see his video made on this song, it is like a celebration. It is the most Chance the Rapper type thing which you can imagine and believe me or not, it will make you cry.
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When Chance the Rapper tour started and what did its impact?
The ‘Family Matters’, a U.S embarked tour, started on October 10th, 2015 in Austin, Texas, and ended on 25th November 2015 in Los Angeles’ Shrine Expo.
This tour had a good impact on Chance the Rapper’s fame and popularity and this cover of Family Business has been a part of Chance’s success.
Chance the rapper net worth is $ 25 million. This is all about Family Business or more commonly known as Family Matters.