We can always count on Chance The Rapper to perform some amazing philanthropic work, and his latest project is no different.
On Thursday, Chance announced that his production company was in charge of producing a celebration concert honoring the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics.
According to XXL, Chance took to social media to announce his latest efforts and said, “I’m happy to announce that my new production company SFP and I are producing the 50th anniversary here in Chicago.”
I’m happy to announce that my new production company SFP and I are producing the 50th anniversary of the Special Olympics here in Chicago pic.twitter.com/NzKNGWImTn
— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) June 14, 2018
So far the artist scheduled to perform include Smokey Robinson, Jason Mraz, and O.A.R., with more performers to be announced at a later date.
Recently, Chance surprised a group of high school students with a surprise performance from Childish Gambino. The performance was a part of his “Open Mike Night,” which is put on by is SocialWorks organization.