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Chance the Rapper brought out Kirk Franklin and a gospel choir for dynamic Pitchfork Festival set

Watch fan-shot footage of "Sunday Candy", "Miracle", "Juice", and "Chain Smoker" from Chance's headlining performance

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    Chance the Rapper closed down the Pitchfork Music Festival with a predictably dominating headline performance on Sunday evening. But the local hero wasn’t alone, as he brought out contemporary gospel leader Kirk Franklin and a full choir to heighten the finale number,”Sunday Candy”. Video of the soaring rendition of the Surf cut has come online, along with a handful of other performance clips from Chance and the Social Experiment’s set.

    Below, watch crowd-shot video of “Sunday Candy”, “Miracle”, “Juice”, and the “Chain Smoker” encore (via Stereogum). If you have trouble hearing Chance’s lyrics, that’s not the video; it’s just the crowd singing along to nearly every single word as the rapper yells for them to get “Louder!”

    “Sunday Candy”:

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    “Juice”:

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    “Miracle”:

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    “Chain Smoker”:

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