Create a free profile to get unlimited access to exclusive show news, updates, and more!
Chance The Rapper's Outfit Change on The Voice Is the Inspo We Needed
The Voice Coach Chance The Rapper performed a song from his hit album Coloring Book.
Chance the Rapper continues to color outside the lines with his outfits on The Voice.
The first-time Coach, who's made headlines with his trendsetting style throughout Season 23, wore not one but two outfits for the live semi-finals.
What Did Chance The Rapper Wear for The Voice Semi-Finals
Starting off strong, the "No Brainer" singer wore a light blue and white letterman style jacket, accessorizing with his signature "3" hat in a bright orange. The preppy jacket and hat were complemented by a simple white T-shirt and diamond necklace that was hidden below the neckline.
Jackets appear to be Chance's statement piece of choice, as the Coach often chooses unique and bold outerwear for the show — for example, the mint green jacket he wore for the Playoffs and the impressively torn jean jacket from the Knockouts. Let's not to forget his extremely popular black-and-white crocheted hoodie from the Blind Auditions, which, by the way, cost $1,000 and was handmade in Italy.
What Did Chance The Rapper Wear to Perform "Same Drugs" on The Voice?
The statement jackets continued with Chance's second ensemble of the night. After the Top 8 had their time onstage, Chance did a quick outfit change before joining Artists Jamar Langley, Manasseh Samone, and Kala Banham on The Voice stage for a group performance of the song "Same Drugs" from his 2016 mixtape Coloring Book — the first streaming-only album to ever win a Grammy.
For the performance, Chance wore a monochromatic look comprised of baggy jeans with white paint-splatters, a white T-shirt, and a utility jacket with stylish detailing. And, as per usual, he sported a "3" hat in beige, seemingly confirming that he has the same hat in every color of the rainbow.
The soulful rendition of "Same Drugs" came just moments before the Top 8 semi-finalists learned their fates. Sadly, a majority of Team Chance was sent packing, with only Sorelle being chosen for the Top 5, alongside Grace West (Team Blake), D. Smooth (Team Kelly), Gina Miles (Team Niall), and NOIVAS (Team Blake).
While the odds may not be in Chance's favor for the finale, the Coach is no doubt proud of his Artists. At the start of the season, he told NBC Insider, "I wanted to be a Coach on The Voice because I like giving platforms to young Artists — especially people who are already seasoned in their trade and know what they’re doing but just need the right spotlight. I wanted to be a part of the process."