Chance the Rapper has donated millions to Chicago Public Schools, partnered with non-profits to empower those experiencing homelessness—and now, the Chicago native is focusing on his deaf and hard of hearing fans.

Thanks to the addition of American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters, his shows are now exponentially more inclusive. In a video posted to Facebook, Chance announced the addition to all upcoming shows. He was joined Matt Maxey, founder of DEAFinitely Dope, an organization focused on bringing interpreters to shows around the world.

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