Chance The Rapper is continuing to break boundaries for independent artists.

He is asking fans to join him in getting his songs on the radio through a Twitter campaign with a website he created, RapperRadio.com. Fans can go to the website, select their city, and choose whether they want to hear “No Problem” or “Summer Friends” and the site sends a tweet to the respective radio stations.

“I want you to share my music in whatever city you’re in with as many people as possible,” he says in an Instagram post. “The radio is like a huge listening party for people of all demographics to get in tune. In those moments it’s mad ppl in harmony. This will require your twitter and will take place over the next few weeks. It has phases so I’ll keep tweaking it but let’s take over! RapperRadio.com LETS BRING INDEPENDENT MUSIC TO RADIO TOGETHER.”

The movement seems to be working as fans are sharing videos of the Coloring Book cuts playing on various stations across the country.

Chance was pivotal in getting the Grammys to include mixtapes in consideration for award nominations and was the first artist ever to chart on Billboard’s Top 200 list without any pure album sales.

Check out his latest achievement, getting his music on the radio, below: