Chance the Rapper spoke at Chicago's City Hall Tuesday to endorse Amara Enyia for mayor.

Chance the Rapper also announced he wasn't running for mayor, despite speculation.

Chance is consistently involved in local politics and other enterprises in Chicago. Earlier this year, he announced on his song “I Might Need Security” that he purchased the former news website Chicagoist.

"I purchased the Chicagoist actually not to run racist bitches outta business," he recently told Genius. "Really I brought it to provide more jobs for black and brown people in the city as writers at a high-profile publication."

On that same song, he took on the tenured Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel, who later announced he would not be seeking reelection. “And Rahm you done,” Chance raps on the track. “I’m expecting a resignation and open investigation on all these paid vacations for murderers.”

After Emanuel announced he would not seek re-election, Chance congratulated grassroots organizations, and reminded Chicago they need to pick a new person to lead their city who “cares about equity in regards to education, job development, and healthcare in one of the most segregated cities in the country.”

It looks like that person is Amara Enyia. "Narcissistically, if I back you, you have a chance," the rapper said during the press conference.

Chance has also donated millions to public schools, mental health facilities, and other areas of Chicago’s infrastructure.

With all his local endeavors, it's a wonder Chano still has time to finish his joint project Good Ass Job with Kanye, and his next solo effort that's also in the works.