Kanye West Creates Non-Profit Music Program For Chicago Youth

The rapper has launched a 10-week program to help out Chicago youth have the chance to become the next big music producer...

Call Kanye West what you want, but there's no denying his love for his hometown of Chicago and helping out kids in need. Kanye was once a wannabe-producer when he was growing up in Chi-Town, and now the rapper is helping out youths who want to be the next big music producer with his non-profit Donda's House program Got Bars?. Named after his late mother, the 10-week program will teach at-risk students ages 15 to 24 how to write and record music, specifically focusing on the writing part. Could a future lyricist emerge from the program? Only time will tell...

Watch the music video for Kanye's "Black Skinhead" on VEVO below: maybe a prodigy from the program will make something like this in the future?