Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage

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Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Still riding the waves of his historical debut on the Billboard 200 charts, Chance the Rapper offered up a closer look at his Magnificent Coloring World, the release party for Coloring Book that will surely take you back to those childhood church days.

The indie rapper tweeted footage Wednesday from the fun event that featured a little bit of everything—from dancing kids to adults drawing on the walls to a cameo by Chicago Bulls mascot Benny the Bull reminding you that he does indeed hail from the Windy City.

Additional fun party moments included:

These awesome professional dancers.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Classic childhood game Connect Four.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Funny photo ops.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

A bounce house.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

More coloring.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Chance in an inflatable Billy the Bull costume.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Even more coloring.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

This dude living his best life with a Reese’s in hand.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Basically, it looked like Chance and everyone there had a wild time.

Chance the Rapper Tweets "Magnificent Coloring World" Footage news

Coloring Book, which dropped on May 13 as an Apple Music exclusive, debuted at No. 8 on the Billboard 200 charts and became the first album to chart solely from streams. According to Chance, the mixtape will be available everywhere this Friday.

In the meantime, you can check him out in our cover story alongside Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda. In it, the Chicago recording artist talks about working on music for the play’s mixtape and seeing the live production with a few famous faces. “I fucking sat next to Quentin Tarantino,” he said. “So dope. And I met Molly Ringwald. But back to the play, the play is amazing.”

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