Chance The Rapper covers theme from cartoon 'Arthur' - watch

The rapper sang 'Believe in Yourself' at the Sasquatch Festival in North America

Photo: Jess Baumung/NME
Chance The Rapper recently covered the theme song from the children's cartoon show Arthur.

Click above to watch crowd-shot footage of the hip hop up-and-comer singing the song 'Believe in Yourself', which was originally performed by Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers. Chance covered the track at Sasquatch Festival, which took place last weekend (May 23-25) at the Gorge Amphitheatre in Quincy, Washington. Scroll down to listen to the original version.



Earlier this month the rapper unveiled a new track to mark the first anniversary of his breakout 'Acid Rap' mixtape. Titled 'I Am Very Very Lonely', on it he rapped about feeding some fish, repairing his dishwasher and eating pizza.

In April the rapper was forced to pull his appearance at the second weekend of Coachella after being admitted to hospital. A letter from Chance's manager, posted online, revealed further details about his health including the fact that he had a 104 degree (40 degree Celsius) fever and that he was unable to speak.

Chance The Rapper will play a number of UK shows in July. Starting at Wireless Festival in Birmingham's Perry Park on July 4, he will then travel with the festival to London's Finsbury Park on July 5. He will play his own headline show at the London Forum on July 15.

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