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Chance The Rapper Leads Students In Chicago Summer Program In Worship

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During his social-works charity initiative tagged “Kids of the Kingdom“, American Hip Hop artiste Chance The Rapper  was seen leading the student in worship unto God.

The Grammy award-winning rapper earlier announced that he would donate over $1 million to Chicago public schools and has is continued to prove his commitment to the youth. In a video posted to his Twitter account recently, the rapper could be seen  dancing along with children and leading them in an echo of praise.

“Me and my God, we get turnt up,” The kids are filmed singing, dancing along with Chance who captioned the post, “Me and my God we get turntup #kokcamp.” He tweeted

Though “Kids of the Kingdom” began in 1977, The rapper’s charity is more focused on the youth empowerment summer school program that controls its operation out of the Covenant Faith Church of God in his Chicago, Illinois.

Aside from the work that he does with KOK, Chance has also expressed his desire to bring art education to students in Chicago.

“I’m committed to helping Chicago students have quality learning experiences in a quality learning space,” Chance told DNAInfo.

Desalu Opeoluwa

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