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Grammy award winning – independent artists – Chance the Rapper sat down with Complex for a new 30 min interview. He expressed to Complex that having a daughter has changed his perspective on life.
“I’m honestly, in real life, thinking about moving in with my parents right now,” Chance said. “I think, anybody if they were in my position — if they were 23 with a kid for the first time and were working — they would find comfort in being able to stay with their parents. If their parents are willing. I guess that’s just what it all comes down to — if they’re willing.”
“I’m in a position where I want to be closer to my parents now, because I realize how important that is,” he added. “There was never a point, ever, in my life where I can remember loving someone as much or more than I love my mom until I met my daughter. So, it made me understand that my mom loves me more than she loves anybody in the world, and that’s crazy to me. So, of course, I wanna be around her.”
Another important subject during the interview was his GRAMMY WIN. Chance also let us know the winners actually don’t get to keep the original grammy.
“I hope I don’t get like, killed by the Grammy Illuminati for saying this, but when you go onstage, those Grammys have no name on them,” he said. “There’s no imprint on it, or anything. And you literally only get to walk with it from the stage to backstage, and then there’s a short guy who takes it from you.”
Watch the full interview below:
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