Watch Chance the Rapper’s Full 75-Minute Lollapalooza Set w/ Vic Mensa & R. Kelly

blame it on Shake August 5, 2014

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This past weekend was quite busy for the hip hop world. Not only did Drake hold his fifth OVO Fest, but Chicago also hosted their annual Lollapalooza festival at Grant Park. With Outkast headlining the day before, Chance and The Social Experiment tore it down in front of the hometown crowd. From bringing out R. Kelly and Vic Mensa to running through Acid Rap stand-outs left and right, the evening was his to own.

Couldn’t make it? No sweat, the internets have provided Chance’s full 75-minute set. Check it out below it’s too late.

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  • Jaztazj

    Man I hope Chance never signs cause right now he has the freedom to do whatever he wants…Dude has no FEAR and I respect that

  • Anouar

    Chance and the Social expermient live is everything a 2014 hip hop show should be.

  • StudentOfTheGame

    He’s real as fuck for that Hey song. He performed that so perfect. good to see a good message in hip hop.

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  • Fuck 2dopeboyz for not putting this shit in their favorite section. One of the best rap performances I’ve ever seen – AND – this beige complexioned nigga is only 21.

    THIS shit here?
    This is what this generation needs.

  • NYCityKid

    There’s a reason why only a few rappers really make it. This was a dope performance. This nigga is goin be around for a while. Talented out the ass.

  • Mike

    Am I the only one who thought he wasn’t that great as a performer…Too much yelling and having the crowd sing for him, up until R Kelly showed up. And the band completely outshined him. Hope he improves. His tracklist is amazing.

    • Extra

      If you don’t know the words and you’re not there watching online I understand what you’re saying. But if you were there then the crowd being his hype man would’ve made up for all that. Regardless though, without a hype man on stage with him this has to be one of the best performances Ive ever seen. His energy was crazy.