Hip-Hop please take note.
Chicago's Chance the Rapper has risen to fame over the last few years but it hasn't stopped him from giving back to his hometown.
The company announced their donation on Wednesday, after Chance surprised fifth graders at Adam Clayton Powell Jr.
The three-time Grammy victor teamed up with Google to bring computer science education to students in the Chicago area. "There's so much talent and creativity in the communities that these schools serve - and Chance The Rapper embodies what can happen when that creativity is unleashed". Academy during a coding lesson with Google employees as a part of Computer Science Education Week. As if setting up a $2.2 million fund for Chicago Public Schools' arts programs, or donating one of his Grammys to Chicago's DuSable Museum of African American History, wasn't enough. Computer science skills such as analytical thinking and creative problem solving are critical for young people who will be hunting for jobs in an increasingly automated society.
Chance was attending his monthly Open Mike night, a youth event presented by his charity SocialWorks and the Chicago Public Library.
Chance once again delivers for the city of Chicago.