Hip-hop star from the acclaimed Acid Rap mixtape drops rhymes atop retro, jazzy beats; Sweater Beats and Travis Scott open
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Chance the Rapper: After hearing Kanye West’s The College Dropout, the Rapper formerly known as Chancelor Bennett caught the attention of Forbes with his debut mixtape, 10 Day. His second effort, Acid Rap, was named one of the best albums of 2013 by Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Complex, and the hard-to-impress hip-hop collective of NPR Music.
Travi$ Scott: Crafting beats since he was six years old, this Houston hip-hop star found his first break when Kanye indoctrinated him into GOOD Music family’s Very G.O.O.D. Beats. Pairing his flair for backbeats with his chops as a linguist, Scott delivered 2013’s Owl Pharaoh, which scored a BET Hip Hop Awards nomination for Best Mix Tape, and his latest, 2014’s Days Before Rodeo.
Sweater Beats: The one-man groove machine otherwise known as Antonio Cuna summons slow jams and synth-pop from outer space, all with vocals that drip like syrup from a cybernetic maple tree. Fans of his unique style include Diplo and Annie Mac.