Captain Save-a-Hood, hood savior, baby boy
Chance plans to save his fellow Chicago residents [and other people living in ‘hoods’ with his music by offering some encouraging words, and a role model — a symbol showing them it’s possible to be ‘saved’ from the city, by having a dream and making that dream a reality.
Also, when his “paper good” he’ll be able to give back to the community from which he came from, in turn saving the hood.
Possible reference to E-40’s “Captain Save-a-Hoe”?
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