Rappers Vic Mensa and Chance The Rapper from the United States have visited Ghana in late 2021 and early 2022, respectively.
This time, eight high school freshmen from Chicago are in the country with the two artists.
Approximately 10 days are anticipated for their stay in Ghana as part of their educational trip experience.
Vic Mensa wrote on Instagram that “we got the notion to transport a group of students from Chicago to Ghana a year ago. Certain aspects of oneself are only understandable if you are aware of your origins.
Ghana will celebrate it 65th year since it FOUGHT and gained its independence. I wanna go back in a big group in July. I promise you’ll feel at home 🇬🇭 JLIG (2022) shot by me pic.twitter.com/3NMpniktOG
— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) January 13, 2022
“Our objective is to build bridges that connect the ocean of difference caused by the transatlantic slave trade,” the musician continued. We have made progress in realizing that ambition today.
This follows Chance. The Rapper stated in January that he will visit the nation in July with a “large group.”
chance and Vic Mensa The Rapper traveled throughout some of the nation in January while on a little getaway.
Vic Mensa visited Ghana in the month of December 2021. Later, in January 2022, he was joined by fellow musician Chance the Rapper.
The pair met with several performers while on tour in various regions of the nation, including Darkovibes, Sarkodie, King Promise, and M.anifest.
One of Chance The Rapper’s actions that made headlines around the nation was his early Sunday morning (January 9) visit to a church.
His family constructed the church where he attended, according to a post on Instagram. Additionally, he disclosed that his family had established a school in Jamestown.
chance and Vic Mensa Later on in their visit, The Rapper met with President Akufo-Addo at the Jubilee House.
Vic Mensa, Chance The rapper visits Ghana with pupils from high school.
According to the administrators of Beyond the Return’s Instagram page, the goal of their meeting was to talk about a concept that would help close the gap between Ghanaian and American musicians.
Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa aimed to link artists and highlight the talent in Ghana and the rest of Africa by using their deep connections and affiliations in the music business.