Chance The Rapper Promises To Take Chicago Kids To The Museum…And Delivers

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Chance The Rapper took giving back to a new level this week. One day after announcing that he would surprise a series of 6-11 year-olds in the Chicago, Illinois area with a trip to a local museum and Cole Field, C.T.R. delivered.

Today (July), the Chi-City MC/singer posted photos via Instagram of he and a group of kids on a bus, and visiting the Field Museum. The Social Experiment affiliate did not reveal his reason for providing the charitable experience. In one of the photos, the field trip participants are all displaying Social Experiment logos.

We some scientists #sox #staff

A photo posted by Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) on

Iconic photo of me and @nonamegypsyy on a field trip together A photo posted by Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) on

In May, Donnie Trumpet & Social Experiment released Surf for free on iTunes.

Is this type of giving back signaling a change from big promises and unpublicized deliveries?

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