Lin-Manuel Miranda & Chance The Rapper Speak On The Legacy Of “Hamilton” & More


Two trailblazers in hip-hop Chance The Rapper & Lin-Manuel Miranda stay humble while speaking on their growing legacies.

Chicago phenom and “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda have been winning in their own lanes, but both MC’s are the same mission to make a lasting impact in hip-hop. Their distinctive contributions the beloved genre were the focus of Complex’s latest cover story. “The Hamilton” creator and the Acid Rap rhymer sat down with journalist Nadeska Alexis to talk about their growing legacies in hip-hop.

While on set of their photo shoot, Chance and Lin-Manuel discuss their thoughts on the 2016 presidential election and President Obama’s term as mayor of Chicago, IL. Chance opens up about his newest mixtape Coloring Book, working with Kanye West, and comments on the delay of The Life Of Pablo. Miranda reflects on his first performance at the white house and revels the success of his Grammy award-winning play Hamilton.

Check out the cover story here and watch the interview in full below.

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