New challenge alert: Chance the Rapper wants to buy your groceries for a year.
When he dropped his latest single, “GRoCERIES,” Chance said the people with the 10 best dance videos to that song would win free groceries for a year.
The first winner of the challenge is Taylor McBride. Like thousands of others, she saw the tweet and followed the instructions.
The Eastern State Connecticut University employee can't believe that the video she submitted with her 18-month-old son, Dawson, has gained so much traction.
"I was just so excited I didn't even tell anyone around me. I was with my sorority sisters. I texted my family right away ‘You guys, I'm about to cry, like this is so crazy,’” McBride told InsideEdition.com “I was just so ecstatic and just a bunch of gratitude. I was just overwhelmed with gratitude. Because God is just good."
In fact, McBride says the song “D.R.A.M. Sings Special” from Chance’s 2016 mixtape, “Coloring Book,” inspired her to keep her son.
"He's truly a blessing and I would like to share the irony of Chance the Rapper even posting my stuff because a year and a half ago, I didn't know what decision I was gonna make when I was pregnant with him. And one of the songs that I listened to was 'D.R.A.M. Sings Special' on his "Coloring Book" album. Now you see Dawson here just smiling, laughing, dancing, bringing joy to so many people's faces."
That's exactly what Trevor Jordan wanted to do too.
The aspiring dancer says he was glad to see his video make it onto Chance's social media pages.
He didn't think he'd actually won.
"I was like, Chance the Rapper posted me on his stories that's crazy! I was like, you know, freaking out. I didn't even like, know this was gonna happen, there's people that be dancing for years...and you know, I was so lost for words," Jordan told InsideEdition.com.
"Then all of a sudden, the next day, I was going through it at work and was having a little bad day, I was in my feelings. And as soon as I got off work, I took a look at my phone and saw that he posted me and said I was the second winner,” he laughed.
Jordan, who works at a call center in Tennessee, will become a father in less than a month and called his girlfriend.
“I'll give all the groceries to them because I feel like I gotta take care of my people and my family,” he said.
Little does Chance know, his generosity has also inspired Jordan to keep on pushing toward his dream.
"If I ever get to meet Chance, that'll be crazy. I would prob freak out. I'd freak out. I feel like it's a blessing. For him to even see my video and to like it, just to see that I caught his attention it's just, it really put like a special place in my life. I was at a point where I was gonna stop dancing and now it's like, I can't stop now. People are watching now," Jordan stated.
“I just wanna go around the world and show people basically that if you keep on doing what you’re doing. I feel like everybody got their own thing, all it takes is time and dedication,” he said.
Both McBride and Jordan say Chance hasn't contacted them yet with prize specifics.
Chance is no stranger to performing generous and charitable acts, like his $2.2 million donation to Chicago Public Schools' arts programs, his $1 million donation to mental health service programs around Chicago and other endeavors through his non-profit, SocialWorks.