Chance the Rapper Has Removed His R. Kelly Collaboration From the Major Streaming Platforms

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Chance The Rapper is the latest artist to pull his R. Kelly collabo.

Chance The Rapper has pulled “Somewhere in Paradise,” his 2015 collaboration with R. Kelly, from the three major streaming platforms, Spotify, Apple Music, and TIDAL, according to TMZ. Even though, as Pitchfork points out, the track is still available on Chance’s Soundcloud.

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This comes weeks after Chance publically apologized for the collaboration. The apology aired during Lifetime’s damning Surviving R. Kelly docu-series:

READ: French Montana Rescinds Support After Saying R. Kelly Has the Right to “Enjoy His Legacy”

Celine Dion has also pulled her famous R. Kelly collabo, “I’m Your Angel,” from streaming services. Last week, Lady Gaga apologized for her collabo with R. Kelly, “Do What U Want,” and pulled the song from all streaming platforms.

Source: TMZ, Pitchfork

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