Chance The Rapper has teamed up with Joey Purp for the video of new single ‘Girls @’.
The clip, created by Weird Life Films, is filled with vibrant costumes and levitating chairs as the Chicago rappers drive around a surreal parking lot with female passengers.
The single featured on Joey Purp’s second mixtape, ‘iiiDrops’, which he released in May.
The 11-track set features guest spots from Vic Mensa, Mick Jenkins and Teddy Jackson, along with production from various Savemoney members, including Thelonious Martin and Donnie Trumpet. Watch the video below.
Meanwhile, Chance has teamed up with civil rights group National Association for the Advancement of Coloured People (NAACP) to offer concertgoers voting registration forms on his new tour.
Only 10% of voters in the US primary elections were black people under 45, and that figure has slightly fallen from 11% in 2008. In the same period, the number of black voters aged over 45 rose from 12% to 16%.
Chance, whose US tour begins in his home city of Chicago on September 24, made his announcement via Twitter. He said: “I’m proud to announce I’ll be teaming with NAACP for my Magnificent Coloring World tour to bring voters registration to the show. #staywokeandvote”
— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) September 14, 2016
#staywokeandvote is the NAACP’s official hashtag to try to encourage black people to vote in the US Presidential election.
The tour, which ends on October 21, will also see NAACP members at each gig provide civic engagement resources and membership information to audience members.
Chance briefly interrupts the US tour to play a one-off UK show when he headlines Apple Music Festival at London Roundhouse on September 30.