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11 Photos of Chance the Rapper Doing Chicago Proud

The music star always represents his city to the fullest.

There are a few things Chance the Rapper is known for: making uplifting music, wearing his signature "3" baseball caps, and, of course, representing his home city. Here, photographic evidence that no matter where fame might take him, Chicago will always be Chance's kind of town. (Above: With the Obamas, his former South Side neighbors, at the Obama Summit in Chicago, 2017.)

COURTING Jeff Haynes/NBAE/Getty Images COURTING With longtime love Kirsten Corley at a Bulls game, 2017. On the Fourth of July 2018, Corley accepted Chance's proposal of marriage at a backyard party... in Chicago, of course. ROOT, ROOT, ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM David Banks/Getty Images ROOT, ROOT, ROOT FOR THE HOME TEAM Throwing out the first pitch at a White Sox game, 2014. COMMUNITY SERVICE JIM YOUNG/AFP/Getty Images COMMUNITY SERVICE With fellow Chicagoan Jennifer Hudson at a gun-reform rally, June 2018. AROUND THE BENNY Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images AROUND THE BENNY Hugging the Chicago Bulls mascot at a game, 2017. PUTTING CHICAGO RAP ON THE MAP Paul Natkin/Getty Images PUTTING CHICAGO RAP ON THE MAP With Kanye West at the Magnificent Coloring Day Festival at Comiskey Park, 2016. GRAND MARSHAL Timothy Hiatt/WireImage GRAND MARSHAL The star attraction at the 2017 Bud Billiken Parade, which has a route through the South Side and is the largest African-American parade in the country. He donated 30,000 gift bags with school supplies. MONEY WHERE HIS MOUTH IS Timothy Hiatt/Getty Images MONEY WHERE HIS MOUTH IS Giving $1 million to the Chicago Public School Foundation, 2017. ON THE ICE Bill Smith/NHLI via Getty Images ON THE ICE Shooting the puck between periods of the NHL match between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Columbus Blue Jackets, 2015. FOR THE KIDS Jeff Schear/Getty Images for Scholly FOR THE KIDS Appearing at the Scholly Scholarship Summit, 2018. NO FAIR-WEATHER FAN Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images NO FAIR-WEATHER FAN Another first pitch for the White Sox, 2016.