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Chance The Rapper pledges his allegiance to being an independent artist and disses the major labels during his San Diego show

By @nnc._
HHV Contributing Writer

On Monday, Chance The Rapper started his “Be Encouraged Tour” in San Diego, California. During his performance, he made it known once again that he has no interest in signing with a major record label.

While performing “No Problem”, a large screen behind the rapper displayed a number of record labels and their logos, which were changed to insulting and degrading terms.

Aftermath Entertainment became Can’t Do Math Entertainment, Sony was changed to Phony, Warner Music Group to Wiener Music Group, Def Jam Recordings to Don’t Join Recordings, Motown to No Crown, Epic to Edick, Virgin to Villain, and Universal to Undiverse.

The slideshow ended with a display of the 3 Grammy Awards that Chance won independently.

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