Chance The Rapper Responds To JUSTICE League Rant: "This Part Is True"

Chance The Rapper Responds To JUSTICE League Rant:

After telling fans that he was "working on the SoundCloud thing", Chance, 24, tweeted, "Just had a very fruitful call with [SoundCloud cofounder] Alex Ljung".

Earlier this week the company laid off around 40% of its staff and closed offices in London and San Francisco.

Hours later, Chano return to social media to deliver some promising news.

SoundCloud also told FACT that they will "continue to be confident the changes made last week put [them] on [their] path to profitability and ensure SoundCloud's long-term viability".

Chance, whose career began thanks to SoundCloud, recently Tweeted out a message which seemed to indicate that he has had contact with SoundCloud's CEO, and tried to organise a resolution to the company's apparent crisis. Read the tweets below.

Chance the Rapper just debuted a new track with Young Thug on music streaming service Soundcloud, amid rumors the site could be shutting down. The rep added that she was unaware if Chance, who recently took home the BET Humanitarian Award, is "making a more material commitment to the service".

"The music you love on SoundCloud isn't going away, the music you shared or uploaded isn't going away, because SoundCloud is not going away", CEO Alexander Ljung said in a blog post on Friday. Your music is safe.