By Shannon Carlin
Kanye West seems to be surprising fans all over Chicago by just showing up unexpected. First, he showed up during halftime at the Chicago Bulls playoff game against the Cleveland Cavaliers. And last night (May 11) he showed up at a Chi-Town high school where Chance the Rapper was hosting his Open Mike series, which has him performing for local Chicago student.
Yeah, you can bet these teens were pretty excited to see ‘Ye walk out in their high school auditorium and perform hours after he received his honorary doctorate from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Kanye hit the stage at the first Southside Chicago Open Mike to perform his new track “All Day,” along with “U Mad” and “We Don’t Care,” which featured Chance and fellow Chicagoan Vic Mensa. Of course, the teens could sing every word to Kanye’s songs #ALLDAY.
After the show, Chance thanked Kanye, along with the volunteers who make these shows happen.
Thank you to DA STAFF. Just a group of my friends, no sponsors, no 501c3 NotProfit. Just friends that volunteer. We are for the people.—
Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) May 12, 2015
Watch clips from the surprise performance below.
awkward connoisseur. (@RaychJackson) May 12, 2015