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Chance Colors Outside the Lines at Listening Party

Chance made good on the following line, too: “Make you remember how to smile good.”

“I speak of wondrous unfamiliar lessons from childhood,” Chance the Rapper says in“Blessings (Reprise),” the final song on his third mixtape, Coloring Book. For MagnificentColoring World, his secret Chicago listening party (with emphasis on party), Chance did more than just speak about childhood: he provided it. Attendees met at the Pulaski International School, and were taken via school bus to a warehouse on Ohio and Sacramento. As Coloring Book played over the speakers, it was obvious that Chance made good on the following line, too: “Make you remember how to smile good.” 

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