Chance the Rapper and Dionne Warwick have finally released their much-awaited song “Nothing’s Impossible”. The title of the song is apt especially considering how these two talented artists first interacted.
The duo revealed they have been working on this song since January, only a month after they first talked. Their first interaction is also quite interesting since it was Dionne who initiate the conversation on Twitter. She poked the fun at Chance the Rapper’s name by saying:
“Hi, @chancetherapper,” she wrote on Twitter on Dec. 5. “If you are very obviously a rapper why did you put it in your stage name? I cannot stop thinking about this.”
In the next tweet, she announced:
“I am now Dionne the Singer.”
Luckily, the rapper took it in good sport and this fun banter led to a great single whose sales will support two charities. Social Works and Hunger: Not Impossible are the two charities that will benefit from the sales of this song. Dionne tweeted about the release of the song and gave their fans the good news.
“For those of you asking about the song with @chancetherapper… well, it’s out NOW. I am very excited about this 🥰🥰🥰 If you can’t find the link to stream in Chance’s bio, you can find it in mine. 🥰🥰🥰 Ok… Bye! pic.twitter.com/LLXXLvcMO1”
— Dionne Warwick (@dionnewarwick) November 27, 2021
Listen to “Nothing’s Impossible” below: