Chance the Rapper Faces His Demons for a Brighter Future in "We Go High" Visual

Taken from his debut studio album, ‘The Big Day.’

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Chance the Rapper has shared a music video for “We Go High,” a cut taken from his debut studio album The Big Day. Directed by Elijah Alvarado, the visual see Chano going through the motions of rediscovering himself as he goes from partying inside a raining club to wandering through the city and, eventually, reuniting with his girlfriend in front of a gigantic green door.

In support of The Big Day, Chance has announced a new set of 2020 tour dates with Lil Yachty and brother Taylor Bennett. The Big Tour was initially meant to kick off September 2019, but the newlywed rapper decided to postpone it to spend more time with his wife and newborn.

Watch Chance the Rapper’s “We Go High” music video above.

Elsewhere in music, Kanye West has reportedly announced a new release date for Jesus Is King.

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