Even better than he was the last time, Chance the Rapper throws first pitch for White Sox
Rapper, producer, Chicago native and newly minted MLB cap designer Chance the Rapper (please say, "the Rapper") was on hand at a snowy U.S. Cellular field on Friday to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the White Sox home opener and -- much to the surprise of no one -- he was even better than he was the last time.
Chance had previously thrown out a first pitch for the Sox, and appeared at Sox Fest -- the team's winter fan convention -- where he performed material from his two critically renowned mixtapes. This time around, Chance rocked one of those specially designed Sox caps that went on sale to the public on Friday morning. He also went above and beyond the call of duty by busting out a move or two on the mound before getting down to business:
While Chance has had quite the 2016, becoming the first independent artist to appear on Saturday Night Live in the show's 41-season run and writing and producing (arguably) the best track off the new Kanye album, he couldn't bring that luck to the White Sox on Friday. After The Rapper's first pitch, the White Sox lost to the Indians, 7-1.