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What's A Day In The Life Of Chance The Rapper Like? This Mini-Doc Takes Us There

Tag along with Chano and The Social Experiment for a day on tour.

What's it like to be Chance the Rapper or one of the members of The Social Experiment? We'll never really know for sure, of course, but a new film gives us a quick glimpse.

The 11-minute mini-doc, called "SoXDay," was shot, directed and edited by Austin Vesely, and follows Chano and his musical cohorts during a day on tour.

"See what it's like to be on tour with Chance the Rapper and the Social Experiment for the 23 hours a day they're not on stage," he explains in the description of the video on YouTube. "Featuring Donnie Trumpet, Peter Cottontale, Stix, Nate Fox's Back and Macie Stewart. Surf coming soon, We do this sh-- for fun."

And that fun is captured here.

From 11 a.m. until 2 a.m., we see the team of friends and musicians play football, grab a bite to eat filled with laughs, celebrate backstage at a show, go through soundcheck, relax on the bus, and dance outside of it. It's enough to make you want to join the crew on tour.

And also enough to make you ready for new music from Chance and The Social Experiment.

We got some last week with "Sunday Candy," and more should be on the way, with two projects, Surf and SOX, due out soon.

Not soon enough.