Chance The Rapper has been on his first ever headlining tour, the Social Experiment tour, since October 25. He's been touring the world nearly nonstop ever since Acid Rap came out back in April. And while he had performed in New York City earlier this year, his performances at SOBs for the Social Experiment tour were special.

Chance took the stage at New York City's legendary venue two nights in a row for a total of three sold out shows. In video footage taken by SOBsTV, Chance is seen first at soundcheck several hours before the first of two shows on October 30. The footage then turns to him performing "Everybody's Something," one of the standout songs off Acid Rap. He is backed by horns on stage during this rendition. The video then ends with Chance demonstrating his fancy footwork on stage for a mesmerized crowd.

The Social Experiment tour finds Chance on the road with DJ Rashad and Spinn. Initially, the tour was supposed to end December 7 in Miami, but it has now been extended for eight more dates, up until December 18. The tour has also added a second show in Chance's hometown of Chicago. Meanwhile, Chance's celebrity profile continues to grow; it was recently discovered that Seth Rogan is a fan and will apparently be turning up at the December 16 stop in Vancouver.

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