Chance The Rapper recently spoke with Ebro Darden about the 10th anniversary of his 2013 album Acid Rap, and he said the hardest part about that period was touring with Macklemore.
"Macklemore is an amazing, amazing person and helped me out tremendously as well," said Chance, per AllHipHop. "But his shows, it was in Europe and it was, I think 38 dates, all 20,000 capacity rooms, all like off markets too, like Poland and Dusseldorf."
"These people didn’t speak English at all," he added. "And not only did they not speak English, he sold out all these shows before I was announced on the ticket. So it’s really bad when you go to a show and there’s an opener that you don’t want to see. It’s way worse when it’s a surprise opener that you don’t want to see that’s speaking a different language and Black. A lot of negatives on top of each other for the Swedish crowds."
On another note, Chance will be delivering the follow-up to his album The Big Day at some point, which got really bad reviews. In July, he said the new album will top any other LPs that come out around that time.