The 'Cocoa Butter Kisses' rapper has revealed he is inspired by the King of Pop and the 'I Love It' hitmaker's charitable work.
He said: ''The greatest of all time ... most philanthropic musician is Michael Joseph Jackson. I think he donated over $600 million to charities and more afterwards ... The only person I can really think of off the top when I think of charity that's a musician is Michael Jackson.''
And Chance thinks Kanye gives back to the people but in a different way, through his music.
Speaking to Forbes magazine, he added: ''That's how I've always thought about it cause most of the people that I grew up listening to were hip-hop artists and I don't really remember there being a lot of ... Ye gave back to the people, but it was in a very different way. It was always through his music. I can't really think of anybody else.''
Chance The Rapper previously revealed he will donate $1 million to public schools in Chicago.
Speaking in 2017, he said: ''I'm committed to help Chicago's children have quality learning experiences that include the arts. As an artist and after-school teacher, I know the arts are invaluable. They teach kids lessons about how small efforts can have big effects and how collaboration can lead to creativity. This cheque is a call to action. I'm challenging major companies in Chicago and across the U.S. to donate and take action.''
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