Chance the Rapper recently dropped “Nothing’s Impossible,” a new collab with legendary singer Dionne Warwick.
“For those of you asking about the song with @chancetherapper. well, it’s out NOW,” Warwick announced on Twitter.
“I gotta tell you, I am so excited,” Warwick said in a video clip she tweeted. “Yes, I am.”
In January, both Warwick and Chance had announced that they were working on a collab.
The teaming of the pair stemmed from a hilarious tweet posted by Warwick last December making fun of Chance’s stage name.
“Hi @chancetherapper. If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this,” Warwick wrote.
“Bro, tell me what’s worse, a broken arm or broken armour / The suit that made you Superman is really old pyjamas / Just imagine if Moana had been worried ’bout piranhas / Or if Elsa held the powers back the first time she froze Anna,” Chance raps in the new song.
Proceeds from “Nothing’s Impossible” will benefit two charities: SocialWorks, a Chicago-based nonprofit that Chance founded to empower the youth through the arts, education and civic engagement, and Hunger: Not Impossible, a text-based service connecting kids and their families in need with prepaid, nutritious, to-go meals from local restaurants.
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