Chance The Rapper Adds Sign Language Interpreters to Tour

By: Big Mic

June 20, 2017
Chance The Rapper performs at American Airlines Arena.

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If your summer concert experiences don't include Chance The Rapper, you will definitely be missing out. The Chicago rapper is absolutely killing it on tour, crisscrossing the nation, giving a little somethin' somethin' to everyone at every stop. 

Chance has even included something special for hip hop fans with hearing disabilities by inviting DEAFinitely Dope out for the rest of his tour. DEAFinitely Dope is a pretty dope group of sign language interpreters who are uniting music fans by bridging the gap between the hearing and deaf communities. Check out the group's recent Instagram video from a recent Chance show.     

We don't want #NoProblem ------ RepostBy @pigsandplans: "@chancetherapper has asked @deafinitelydope founder Matt Maxey to join him on his Be Encouraged tour as an ASL interpreter for deaf and hard of hearing fans -- | --: @rappersdad" #DEAFinitelyDope

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Who can forget the interpreter who stole the show during a recent Snoop Dogg concert? We certainly can't.