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Chance The Rapper: Racism, Colorism Affect Famous People, Too

Chance the Rapper isn’t shy about raising awareness about social-political issues. In this week’s “2017 Grammys Preview” issue of Billboard magazine special, the rapper expressed his feelings about the challenges people of color and women face in the music industry. The 23-year-old said that many of the same issues minorities face in society are also prevalent in the music industry.
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