To help commemorate big bro Chance’s 24th birthday, little brother Taylor, an artist of his own merits and accomplishments, released a beautifully written track entitled “Only Brother“, produced by Ludlow. A remix of Chance’s “D.R.A.M. Sings Special“, a track featured on his 2016 album Coloring Book, Taylor reminisce about his childhood with his brother, the good old days. “Black boys outside of the map/Nappy headed sharing rooms in the back/Back then when Michael wasn’t black but we loved him anyway because MC Hammer was wack,” he raps. “Not looking for fame or an autograph/Or a co-sign or record deal, baller pass/And you could put that through the polygraph/Chains, rings, bling, never meant a thing to the king/Now how crazy is that?”
Chance celebrated his birthday yesterday with a huge celebration in his hometown of Chicago, Illinois. DJ, Influencer and Trinidadian beauty Vashtie Kola flew out to Chicago to DJ for the golden boy himself.
“Chance the Birthday” benefitting his non-profit organization, Social Works. Chance’s charity Social Works, supports the efforts of the Chicago Public Schools. Back in March of this year, Chance held a live press conference via Periscope and Instagram and announced that he was donating $1 Million dollars to the CPS (Chicago Public School). “As a private citizen, as a parent and as a product of CPS, I’m asking that you guys join and fight with me … for the … children of Chicago.” In addition to the rapper’s $1 million, his non-profit organization, will match every $100,000 raised for the public schools with an additional $10,000 to be allocated for specific Chicago public schools. In light of the $1 million donation, Chance also donated 10 additional $10,000 donations to select local schools, including Westcott Elementary. A heart of pure gold.