Chance the Rapper Presents a Virtual Concert “Ujamaa Means For Us By Us” for Daymond John’s Black Entrepreneurs Day


Award winning artist Chance the Rapper presented a virtual concert “Ujamaa Means For Us By Us,” which streamed on Saturday, October 24 as part of Daymond John’s Black Entrepreneurs Day 

Chance the Rapper stated, “Filmed in Chicago, this VC is the first I’ve ever gotten the chance to direct. Thanks to my friends, my amazing team and, FUBU creator, Daymond John we were able to put together this show for Black Entrepreneurs Day. Hope it brought you feeling and peace.”

Black Entrepreneurs Day presented by Chase for Business is a primetime special at the intersection of business and entertainment. The free global livestream celebrating black business & entrepreneurship aired on October 24th on LiveXLive and Facebook. The event featured game changer conversations, presented by the General® Insurance, featuring Daymond John in one-on-one conversations with black businesses leaders and cultural icons including Shaquille O’NealGabrielle UnionJamie FoxxRobert Johnson, LL Cool J and others. Musical superstars Chance The Rapper and Questlove took the stage and performed live.  

The event also provided guidance and inspiration to the next generation of rising entrepreneurs, as well as $225,000 in bottom-line financial support via its “NAACP Powershift Entrepreneur Grant” which was created in partnership with the NAACP. 

Watch the virtual concert below: