With Chance the Rapper and the Social Experiment’s ‘Surf’ on the way, the Chi-town rapper and his conglomerate of musicians are inviting fans into their world with ‘SoXDay: A Day in the Life of Chance the Rapper & the Social Experiment.'

‘SoxDay,’ an 11-minute short film directed by Chance’s friend Austin Vesley, follows Chance and the Social Experiment for 23 hours to showcase what goes on when they're away from the stage.

In the visual, which features Donnie Trumpet, Peter Cottontale, Stix, Nate Fox and Macie Stewart, the crew kick back and have a good time from vibing to Michael Jackson's 'The Way You Make Me Feel' on the tour bus to skateboarding and checking out a White Sox game. Of course, there's soundchecks, green room champagne popping and the MC holding it down on the mic included.

The new intimate, fan-friendly film is the latest indie offering from Chance, who's been making a name for himself selling out tours and dropping gems all without the backing of a major label.

'Surf' serves as the follow-up to the 21-year-old rhymer's 2013 album, 'Acid Rap.'

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