Jamila Woods And Chance The Rapper Are Looking For Chicago Students To Help Make Their New Video

“The winning video treatment will become a full production shoot with Chance and Jamila.”

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Jamila Woods and Chance the Rapper are looking to collaborate with aspiring student filmmakers from Chicago Public Schools for their upcoming "LSD" video. The collaborative track appeared on Woods's 2016 HEAVN album, which will see a physical and digital release through Jagjaguwar and Closed Sessions later this year.

Students are instructed to submit treatment ideas for the video and the winner will see their vision become a "full production shoot with Jamila and Chance." The winning student will also get to shadow the directors and production crew, while other applicants who "show promise" will have the opportunity to shadow a film set department head. Student applications are due June 2. Find out more about how to submit above.

Jamila Woods And Chance The Rapper Are Looking For Chicago Students To Help Make Their New Video