Chance The Rapper Launches Website to Get His Music on the Radio
Chance The Rapper currently covers Billboard's "New Pioneers" issue and with good reason. Chance's Coloring Book was the first release to ever chart on the Billboard 200's top ten off streaming alone and the Chicago rapper has used award shows, commercials and other unconventional means to share new music with his fans. It should come as no surprise, then, that the independent artist is back at it, launching a website for fans to help him get his music on the radio.
"I want you to share my music in whatever city you’re in with as many people as possible," Chance wrote on Twitter Tuesday (Aug. 16). "The radio is like a huge listening party for people of all demographics to get in tune. In those moment its mad ppl in harmony. #optioncee requires your twitter and will take place over the next few weeks. It has phases so I’ll keep tweaking it but let’s take over! I present #optioncee aka rapperradio.com. When you type in your city, a tweet to city button should appear. Will be up ASAP."
The website is straightforward and easy to use. As Chance mentions, users simply need to enter their city to advocate for his song "No Problem" with Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz or "Summer Friends" featuring Jeremih and Frances & The Lights. The track currently sits at No. 98 on the Hot 100 chart though it hasn't cracked the R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Top 25. Peep Chance's tweets below and make your voice heard over at rapperradio.com.
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