Chance the Rapper is an altruistic guy and likes to help young people. After posting a job listing for an intern on social media two months ago, he's now looking for a film student from Chicago public schools to direct his next music video.
It's a return on his investment in a sense, because the Illinois rapper recently donated 1 million dollars to local schools to encourage young talent.
ATTENTION CPS STUDENT FILMMAKERS pic.twitter.com/0u9fR0yX1W
— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) May 23, 2017
The lucky student will work with the rapper's production team on the clips for "LSD," a song by activist, poet and soul singer Jamila Woods, who sings the song with Chance the Rapper on his album Heavn.
To apply, you have to be a student in a Chicago public school, either high school or university. Students are invited to send their ideas for the clip to "firstname.lastname@example.org" by June 2nd.
After fans called on Chance the Rapper to run for mayor, this latest effort might convince more people to vote for him if he decides to campaign.