Taking a more socially and politically charged route in recent months (aka, “Volume II”), Teen Vogue invited three of today’s top voices to grace the cover of its 2017 Music Issue: Solange, Chance The Rapper, and Paris-Michael K. Jackson.
Each cover story takes a unique turn, too: Solange writes a letter to her teenage self, Paris speaks on her recent decision to step into the public spotlight to push her activism (and also reveals that she wrote a song for Paul McCartney), and Chance sat down with Get Out writer-director Jordan Peele to talk fatherhood, Kanye, Obama, Dave Chappelle and more.
Chance and Paris also had visual components as well. Those can be seen below.
Chance The Rapper, on meeting Barack Obama
Paris Jackson’s poem on Flint, MI
Speaking of Chance, he and King L performed a “Drunk Mask Off” rendition of Future’s hit during a show Ohio last night. Check out some fan footage below, courtesy of Risky Ross.
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