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Chance the Rapper serenaded by Frank Ocean

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Chance the Rapper serenaded by Frank Ocean

Chance the Rapper was once serenaded by Frank Ocean.

The 'Cocoa Butter Kisses' hitmaker has revealed he and a date were treated to a private concert from the 'Thinkin Bout You' singer.

He told America's GQ magazine: "I was on a date one time at the crib, and we're sitting in the front room, maybe rolling up some weed or something.

"And then Frank just comes up and starts playing the piano and lightly singing in the background of our date. Obviously, that scored me a lot of points with this female."

Meanwhile, the 23-year-old rapper - real name Chancelor Bennett - previously revealed he was given career advice by President Obama.

He shared: "Malia listens to 'Coloring Book'. And I send them stuff sometimes. I haven't seen Malia since I was a kid. I think they were both in school the day that I went up there recently, but President Obama was talking about the album ...

"There was a big meeting [in April] about My Brother's Keeper and criminal-justice reform, and a whole bunch of artists and celebrities were there. And at the end, everybody takes a group photo, and he's signing stuff. And he keeps pushing me to the back, and I'm like, 'I don't understand why he won't sign my s**t.'

"And he makes me wait till the end, and then he brings me up to his office, and we had a really good conversation about what I was working on. He told me I needed to start selling my music. He's a good man. Even if he wasn't president, if he worked at, like, Red Lobster, he'd be just a good man working at Red Lobster."