Alec Baldwin And Chance The Rapper Spit Rhymes For Charitable Cause

The next hottest Hip Hop artist could just very well be none other than Still Alice star Alec Baldwin.

The actor, who is 56 years old, is best known for his role on 30 Rock. He decided to debut  his rapping skills last weekend while spending time with Chance The Rapper. Chance, the performer of “Confident”, was in Chicago with Baldwin last Sunday, March 1st for a charity event.


Louder Than A Bomb is a youth poetry festival aimed to bring the arts to neighborhoods throughout Chicago. The event enlisted numerous stars in order to gain publicity to the organization.

It was at this event that Baldwin decided to spit out a few rhymes, while Chance provides the beat. Chance uploaded a video of the performance to Instagram. His skills are impressive, as he manages to rap rather quickly and stay on time with Chance’s beatboxing. As the video comes to an end, Baldwin exclaims: “We’re down, we got this.” He then performed later on stage in front of the crowd.

“This is me beatboxing while Alec Baldwin raps, he is for the people,” Chance captioned the video he had uploaded.

“Him, Alfred Woodard and Ali from Tribe came thru the city to help raise money for YCA, the organization that built and developed myself and @Malcolmlondon into the leaders we have become. Give it up for them. Beautiful leaders we can all learn from #Chicago #LongLiveTheYoung #YCA.”

Baldwin then tweeted about the video with Chance.

“Me and @chancetherapper were ON FIRE TONIGHT. Like…a serious….you know…burnin’…FIRE!! #LOUDERTHANABOMB.”

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