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Chance the Rapper makes his debut appearance on all-rock Billboard chart

The rapper is winning over a new set of fans.

Mack Pittman // REVOLT

This year continues to be without ceilings for Chance the Rapper, with the beloved rapper adding yet another new accomplishment to the board.

The Chicago native has officially made his first appearance on a Billboard Rock chart, due to a collaboration with the Oakland-based musical project, Francis and the Lights, which is led by Francis Farewell Starlite.

The rapper lent his talents, utilizing his singing voice, for an official remix of the track, "May I Have This Dance," earlier this year, with the song debuting at No. 48 on the all-rock-genre Rock Airplay chart this week after being formally promoted to radio.

According to reports, the song garnered 1.1 million audience impressions in the week ending Oct. 15, earning Chance his first-ever appearance on the all-rock-genre chart.

Previously, Francis appeared on Chance's 2016 album, Coloring Book, alongside Jeremih, with the trio joining forces on the track, "Summer Friends."

Earlier this week, Chance celebrated some of his achievements by way of opening up his first three Grammy Awards with his daughter adoringly by his side.

Later this month, the rapper is slated to perform as part of the first-ever Obama Foundation Summit in Chicago.

Congrats to Chance on all of this winning!

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