Mon 13 Mar 2017
Four years after gracing his first issue, Chance The Rapper returns to the cover of Complex magazine. In a 30-minute interview with Complex‘s Editor-in-Chief Noah Callahan-Bever, Chance discusses the birth of his daughter and adapting to fatherhood, his recent Grammy wins, wanting more artists to be independent (“You sign to a label and you get a boss, and that shit’s just fucked up to me. Why should you have a boss?”) and much more.
Though he doesn’t have a concrete project in the works right now, Chance says he’s thinking about selling his upcoming debut album. “I want to make something that’s got a wider scope… something a little bit different than Acid Rap, 10 Day and Coloring Book,” he says.
Watch the full interview below…