Chance the Rapper Height

I'm a good man, and I'm gonna become a better man.

American rapper and singer-songwriter, Chancelor Johnathan Bennett -- better known as Chance the Rapper is known for versatile and uplifting music. Some of his songs are "No Problem", "Cocoa Butter Kisses", "Juice, Angels", "Hot Shower", etc.

We will be the first to admit that Chance the Rapper's height is tricky and difficult to pinpoint to an exact number.

He has claimed to be 6 feet tall and surely looks tall and lanky with a short torso and long limbs -- but we aren't sure about that.

Comparing his height to that of a few well-known people like Justin Bieber (5'7½"), Kanye West (5'8"), and Barack Obama (6'1"), tells another story. In any case, Chance doesn't look as tall as many websites on the internet list him at -- six feet.

The real height of Chance the Rapper is

5 ft 10 in or 178 cm

Chance the Rapper standing with G-Eazy and Lil Uzi Vert
Chance the Rapper with G-Eazy (6'4") and Lil Uzi Vert (5'4") -- that's what a foot of height difference looks like.

Here are some more Chance the Rapper quotes.

On the goat of art.

I think that's always the goal of art, which is to make people ask themselves questions.

On being a good person.

Something I try to instill in others is to just be a good person. It's a decision you make a million times a day. But if you just keep trying, good stuff comes to you in an ordained way.

On not being jealous.

I can’t gain anything off of anyone else not succeeding.

On art.

I've come to understand that art is awesome and beautiful because it's a reflection of life - but it's just a reflection, and the real thing is my daughter.

On Michael Jackson.

My favorite artist in the world is Michael Jackson, and he revolutionized the music video aspect of music.

On fame and success.

Fame or perceived success - it all comes from groupthink.

On being an enjoyable person.

I always wanted to be more of a person that people enjoy. Somebody that will make you laugh. I'm talking about just my personality, not necessarily how my music sounds.

On the best type of stories.

Depending on the story that you're telling, you can be relatable to everybody or nobody. I try and tell everybody's story.

Real poor.

Some people are so poor, all they have is money.

On being light-skinned.

I'm light-skinned, and I used to lean on that because that's something a lot of black people pride themselves on, and it's weird.

Emptying your bank account.

I remember sitting on the back of the bus on the first day of the Social Experiment tour with my face in my hands. I emptied out my bank account, and before I did that tour, that was the number one thing I said I'd never do. I'll never empty out my savings.

On the ultimate love.

I didn't know love until I had my daughter. I didn't know its bounds.