Soundcloud may be on its knees but Chance the Rapper says it's

Judith Bessette
Julho 16, 2017

Hours prior, J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League went on a Twitter tear against Chance apparently over his support for free music service Soundcloud.

At the beginning of the month, SoundCloud laid off 40% of its workforce and closed its offices in San Francisco and London.

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.

"Just had a very fruitful call with Alex Ljung".

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Chance went to Twitter Saturday (July 15) and came clean on giving JL an ultimatum on how they could get some owed money. Read the tweets below.

While SoundCloud's CEO Alexnder Ljung recently rejected the rumours that the music streaming service was running out of cash, rumours of the company's demise following massive layoffs have persisted. "Not in 50 days, not in 80 days or anytime in the foreseeable future". While Spotify and others have been rumored as potential investors or buyers in the past, yesterday Chance the Rapper - whose Grammy acceptance speech included a shout out to the streaming platform - tweeted that he was "working on the SoundCloud thing", sparking rumors he was going to send them a life raft.

In a blog post on SoundCloud's website, Ljung assured fans that they are staying put. Your music is safe.

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