Chance The Rapper Songs

  • Hiatus
    With Surf seemingly nowhere in site, Social Experiment fans stormed Chance's Twitter last week, pleading the rapper to free them from their misery and drop the album already. Well, we still don't have a release date, though perhaps Chance took the hint, as he shared a new song, "Hiatus," today on his soundcloud. But he wasn't exactly forthcoming about it...
  • Clean Up
    Clean Up
    It's kind of surprising how separate Chicago's respective hip-hop and footwork scenes have stayed to this day.
  • The Way
    The Way
    Kehlani comes through just as the day starts to wind down with "The Way." The singer has been buzzing more and more with each new song she drops, setting herself up as the 'next' big r'n'b singer to break. Time will tell, but for now, she impresses with the slowed down funky jam "The Way," featuring a verse from Chicago's Chance The Rapper.
  • Planes (Remix)
    Planes (Remix)
    We knew there were two versions of Jeremih's "Planes" from the beginning, but when the single was eventually released, it was J. Cole who showed up on the official track. Chicago rap fans continued to pine for the original Chance The Rapper mix of the song, but eventually gave up hope after months of waiting.
  • Prisoner
    Young NYC singer Jordan Bratton started buzzing with his Grey Area mixtape, before getting Fabolous on the remix to one of his hot tracks, "Danger." That was last October, and now he's back with a new single, "Prisoner," with another big rap feature: Chance the Rapper. 
  • Heaven Only Knows
    Heaven Only Knows
    As the careers of Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa continue to blow up, make sure not to forget about Towkio, SAVEMONEY's next-up. Though Chance is here--at the end of track, he posits .Wav Theory (Towkio's upcoming mixtape) as the hottest tape of 2015--"Heaven Only Knows" is a showcase of Towkio's potential, and his essential spot within the Chicago crew. 
  • Cold Stares
    Cold Stares
    Nosaj Thing gets our second Chance The Rapper feature of the week. After appearing on Action Bronson's "Baby Blue" record off his highly anticipated album Mr. Wonderful, Chance is back at it with DJ/producer Nosaj Thing. Nosaj Thing was behind Chance's "Paranoia" from his Acid Rap days, and the two echo that sound on "Cold Stares."
  • Baby Blue
    Baby Blue
    After debuting the "Actin' Crazy" music video last week, Action Bronson is back at the Mr.
  • Lady Friend
    Lady Friend
    Chance The Rapper has already established that his follow-up to Acid Rap will be a much looser endeavor, driven by the free-flowing instrumentation of his friends and collaborators The Social Experiment moreso than his own vocals. The newest contribution from Chance and the gang does find him at the centre however, and it's no accident it's dropping on Valentine's Day.
  • Iconic
    Back in 2013 a photo surfaced of Madge hanging out with the then-rising Chance The Rapper. The photo circulated the internet quickly, and more than just hanging out backstage after Chance's show, the two ended up collaborating on Madonna's new album Rebel Heart.
  • I Told You So
    I Told You So
    SAVEMONEY rappers Joey Purp and Kami De Chukwu have been working together as a duo over the last little while, releasing an EP last year, and today releasing their debut full length, Season. The project features some experimental production from the likes of The Internet, Thelonious Martin, Papi Beatz, and on the intro SAVEMONEY MVP Chance The Rapper shows up briefly.
  • Friendship Heights
    Friendship Heights
    Rappers love to keep us busy on Christmas day by dropping new music and mixtapes, and then the day after, we get nothing. Seeing as it'll be a slow day for our songs list, it seemed appropriate to feature one of the stand-out collabos that appeared on Wale's recent Festivus mixtape with A-Trak, which dropped in time for the holidays. The mixtape had notable features from Pusha T, Ab-Soul, Chance and more, and prove to be the perfect way to whet our appetites for the next Seinfeld-themed project, The Album About Nothing.
  • Stevie Wonder
    Stevie Wonder
    Those UK producers love to slip little exclusives into their radio mixes, but sometimes it takes a minute for us North Americans to catch on. Jamie XX did a mix for BBC Radio Six earlier this week, giving us a preview of a new Chance The Record cut midway through. 
  • Sunday Candy
    Sunday Candy
    As most of you know, Chance The Rapper and his band "The Social Experiment" will be releasing a project entitled Surf sometime before the year ends. It looks like we've just gotten the first track from the tape. Entitled "Sunday Candy," the track was released on band member Donnie Trumpet's SoundCloud and is credited to him and The Social Experiment.
  • No Better Blues
    No Better Blues
    Chance The Rapper took to Twitter earlier today to ask if he dropped a new song, who would post it? Probably every rap blog out there, duh. He followed up shortly after with a new record on his Soundcloud, albeit, if you're having a bad day, this might not make you feel any better-- or perhaps it will, 'cause you know that Chance is experiencing similar misery.
  • Tap Dance
    Tap Dance
    Octave Minds are new duo consisting of Chilly Gonzales and Boyz Noise. The two convened for a collaborative self-titled album, due out on September 15th. The sole feature on the album comes from Chicago's Chance The Rapper, who does his signature singy-rhymes and chants for the record "Tap Dance." Complete with a piano breakdown midway, the record is upbeat and jazzy with lots of live instrumentation, and it's definitely the perfect fit for the Acid Rap rapper.
  • Fight Or Flight (Remix)
    Fight Or Flight (Remix)
    Lil Herb's Welcome To Fazoland still stands as one of the year's best mixtapes, and "Fight Or Flight" was one of the stand-out tracks. While Herb proved throughout the tape that he is more than capable of handling a track on his own, we're not mad at the selection of features he chose for the remix. After Herb showed up on his most recent project, Common retunrs the favor and delivers a verse over the vocal-sampling production, while hometown hero Chance The Rapper rounds out the track with a new 16.
  • Wonderful Everyday: Arthur
    Wonderful Everyday: Arthur
    Chance The Rapper, with his wide-eyed enthusiasm and fondness for hallucinogens, is the type who you'd expect to find deeper meaning in children's cartoons. Recently he's taken to covering the theme song from PBS' "Arthur" (originally done by Ziggy Marley) at his concerts, and now he's released a studio version. Featuring additional vocals from Wyclef Jean, Francis & The Lights, Jesse Ware, Elle Varner, Eryn Allen Kane, The O'my's, Peter Cottontale & Donnie Trumpet, this version is sprawling, slightly experimental, and sounds fit for a musical.
  • The End
    The End
    Jeremih surprised us today with the release of his Shlohmo-produced EP No More via Twitter. The singer turns 27-years old today and this is how he chose to celebrate, by giving the fans something new to bump for all those late summer nights. The six-track offering includes previous releases like "Bo Peep" and "No More", as well as an extended cut of "Fuck U All The Time." The lone feature on the EP comes from Chance The Rapper, and is appropriately called "The End" as it closes out the EP.
  • Fam And The Foolies
    Fam And The Foolies
    Today we've introducing you to one of the many new faces coming out of the Chi, Sulaiman, a member of the Treated Crew, which also includes rising artists like Mic Terror and G'zus Piece. Today Sulaiman steps into the spotlight with the release of a new 8-track EP, The Mogs, featuring an array of fellow Chicago natives. Among them, Chance The Rapper appears on this highlight "Fam and the Foolies," but you can also find GLC, Gzus Piece, Highlife, Mic Terror, Naledge and more on the EP.
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