Chance The Rapper Responds To Critics Who Say He 'Fell Off'
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Chance the Rapper is arguing with his detractors.

The Chicago MC was asked how he responds to people who claim he lost his following with the release of his 2019 debut album The Big Day during his interview on “The Breakfast Club” on Tuesday.

How challenging is it to resist responding to criticism you might encounter online? due to the volume of online discourse. They frequently refer to Chance the Rapper as having “fallen off,” according to Charlamagne, God is.

Chance, though, is not going to let the criticism defeat him. “I could either agree with it or I could just go on living my life, in my opinion. If I concur, it follows that “The Breakfast Club” dropped off because, generally speaking, you don’t have people who fell off sitting in your chairs. I, therefore, believe that I must continue on my course.

Chance continued by stating that he had experienced criticism when he was a teenager. He said, “Ni**as was saying I fell off in high school. My four mixtapes are here! In high school, Ni**as told me, “Your last tape was better.” “Ni**a, I’m 15,” I say.

He acknowledged that the verdict occasionally affects him, though. “I can make jokes about it, but it is difficult, so what can I say? Tell people I’m upset; what should I say?

This intensity has been translated into his music, particularly his most recent projects with Vic Mensa and Joey Bada$$.

“The best thing I could do was… Man, Vic and I simply go and write and make crap when we first wake up. It’s just so obvious,” he remarked. I’m a really good rapper. Now that mothers are truly enjoying that garbage, I have to type the words on the screen. It causes goosebumps in viewers.

His Grammy-winning 2016 mixtape Coloring Book enjoyed greater critical and economic success than The Big Day, which opened at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.

Chance also had some harsh words for the rappers’ fans who treat them like commodities. “I could listen to people who treat artists like they’re fu**ing Pokémon cards, like these commodified trade cards that are like, ‘Oh, your fu**in’ 2K rating just went down,'” the artist said. He exclaimed, “Like, f**k them ni**as, these ni**as is lame as hell! They have never appeared. I was on, so even if I slid off.

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