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Chance the Rapper expands his 'Rapper Radio' website

Fans can now request new 'Coloring Book' tracks, as well as songs from other artists.

Twitter // Chicago Tribune

Last August, Chance the Rapper launched RapperRadio.com, a website that simplified and improved the process of people requesting songs for radio.

Upon users entering their location, the website would create a list of local radio stations and then auto-generate a pre-worded tweet requesting Chance's songs to be played on their airwaves.

At the time, fans could choose from his Coloring Book cuts "No Problem" featuring Lil' Wayne and 2 Chainz or "Smoke Break" featuring Jeremih and Francis and the Lights.

But now Chance has expanded the platform.

Not only can fans now request DJ Khaled's "I'm The One"—which features Chance, and which just hit No.1 on the Billboard Hot 100, making it Khaled's first chart-topper—but listeners can also ask for his "All Night" track.

And Chance isn't keeping the wins for himself; the site also currently allows users to make requests for Jidenna's "Bambi" and Linkin Park's "Heavy."

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