Chance the Rapper tweeted a video out last Wednesday that showed him leading children in a song about God.
The brief clip, which shows an exuberant group of kids belting out a song about the Almighty, comes after the 24-year-old performer announced earlier this year that he would be donating $1 million to the Chicago Public Schools.
“Me and my God, we get turnt up,” the kids sing in the clip.
Chance also captioned the video with the line, “Me and my God we get turntup #kokcamp.” The hashtag is a reference to Kids for the Kingdom (KOK), an initiative he runs through his nonprofit Social Works, CBN News reported.
— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) July 26, 2017
KOK, which was founded in 1977, “provides an outlet for recreation and socialization for Chicago youth during the summer through interactive events, field-trips, and lesson plans,” according to the program’s website.
Chance has been open about his Christian faith as well as his thoughts on God, telling Beats 1 radio that he believes “God means everything to everyone whether they understand it or not or can really see it for themselves or they find God.” The rapper also discussed freedom as he said something quite fascinating about faith.
“I think the new generation and the forward is all about freedom and all about the ability to do what we want,” he said. “We’re not free unless we can talk about God.”
Chance has proven time and again that he has no problem invoking God. Back in February, he took home three of the seven Grammy awards he was nominated for, including Best New Artist — and thanked God for it.
“Glory be to God,” he said. “I claim this victory in honor of the Lord. I want to thank God for my mother and father who supported me since I was young.”
Read more about what Chance is doing through his charity Social Works here.