All Night (Kaytranada Remix)
Chance The Rapper
Kaytranada shared a piece of his "All Night" remix on his recent odds-and-ends mix 0.001%, and (possibly due to popular demand) has shared the full extended version of the remix on SoundCloud today. The rework keeps the dancefloor feel of the record while somehow making it even more bouncy and vibrant (bongos can go a long way). He also produced the original version of the song which was included on Chance's 2016 mixtape Coloring Book.Kay, who is based out of Montreal, recently won Canada's esteemed Polaris prize.
Pass Dat (Remix)
Jeremih Feat. Chance The Rapper, Young Thug & The Weeknd
As if today wasn’t already lit with plenty of “Very Hottt” new records, here goes another one from R&B crooner Jeremih, who decides to call on Young Thug & fellow Chi-town native Chance The Rapper for a new rendition of his Late Nights standout “Pass Dat," which also features The Weeknd, who's verse we already heard last year though.
Chance The Rapper Feat. Big Sean, Jeremih & Smino
Back in May, Chance The Rapper sat down with Beats 1 Radio host Zane Lowe for an in-depth interview where he explained the making of “All We Got”, shared demos of Kanye’s “Waves” & “Famous,” and talked about several unheard collaborations that he had in the stash, including one from Big Sean, Jeremih, and J. Cole. Tonight, that record unexpectedly surfaced online, however instead of J.
Jamila Woods Feat. Chance The Rapper
A few days before her debut project, Heavn, Chicago soul singer Jamila Woods has shared a new track, "LSD," featuring Chance the Rapper, with whom she collaborated on "Sunday Candy" and "Blessings." The track is produced by oddCouple, the man behind "Morning Sex," the excellent opening track on Joey Purp's new iiiDrops album. "LSD" is more inspirational collaborative material out of Chicago, arriving at a time when the country needs it most.
Fool Wit It Freestyle
Supa Bwe Feat. Chance The Rapper
To help celebrate this country’s birthday yesterday, rising Chicago rapper Supa Bwe decided to return to the scene by dropping off the third installment in his Dead Again mixtape series, which featured 12 tracks in total & guest appearances from fellow hometown natives Chance The Rapper, Twista, UG Wavy, and Mick Jenkins. who appears on the previously heard single "Breakfast & Chill."
Brian Fresco Feat. Chance The Rapper & Blue Hawaii
Save Money's Brian Fresco has returned with a bold new record that unites him with frequent collaborator Chance The Rapper as well as Montreal-based electronic pop duo Blue Hawaii. Together, the three acts find a sweet spot between Chicago's history of dance music and Hawaii's own synth-pop stylings, with Raphaelle Standell-Preston supplying the sticky hook. Fresco's production collaborator Trevor $ helped pull the whole thing together, making for an exciting new record that bodes well for the rapper's upcoming Casanova project, which is due out July 5th.
The First Time
Donnie Trumpet Feat. The Social Experiment
Yesterday marked the one-year anniversary of the release of The Social Experiment's Surf. To celebrate, the group shared a 10-minute collection of unused pieces from the album called "The First Time." "An ode to the era," Donnie Trumpet called it.
Joey Purp Feat. Chance The Rapper
Over the past year or so, Joey Purp has positioned himself to be the next star to come from the SaveMoney collective. His last two singles, "Cornerstore" and "Photobooth" -- both released within the past month, have been especially inspiring, each showing a different side of his rapping ability. Today, he has shared what will likely be his last single before the release of his upcoming album, iiiDrops.
Chance The Rapper Feat. Future
Chance the Rapper affinity for childhood takes many forms, whether it be his trademark overalls, his appreciation of the television show "Arthur," or the title of his new mixtape Coloring Book
Grown Ass Kid
Chance The Rapper Feat. Mick Jenkins & Alex Wiley
We’re still vibing off the incredible Coloring Book mixtape from Chance The Rapper, and we already have the first track that didn’t make the mixtape. “Grown Ass Kid” features fellow Chicago natives Mick Jenkins and Alex Wiley.
Chance The Rapper Feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz
Chance 3 will be arriving later tonight, but for those who can't wait that long, Chance has shared a very exciting new collaboration with ColleGrove collaborators Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz called "No Problem". Chance comes through with an incredibly catchy hook over some soul-sampling production, while Chainz and Wayne do what they do best -- pull out the punchlines. Safe to say, the Chicago rapper's new mixtape is shaping up to be something very special.
Show Me Love (Remix) [CDQ]
Skrillex, Chance The Rapper & Hundred Waters
All the way back in December, we shared a remix of Hundred Waters’ “Show Me Love” by their label head Skrillex and Chance the Rapper. Well, after a few months, Skrillex finally gave the okay for BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac to drop the full CDQ of the record. It’s a good one.
Need To Know
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Chance The Rapper
Much is at stake for Macklemore on his sophomore album This Unruly Mess I've Made, which drops tomorrow.
Lil B & Chance The Rapper Feat. K E I T H
Lil B and Chance the Rapper achieved peek rapper synergy on their collaborative 2015 mixtape Free Based Freestyles. Six months later, Berkley emcee K E I T H joins the fold for "Beautiful Chicago," a lost track from the Free Based Freestyle sessions.
Busta Rhymes Feat. Chance The Rapper
The Christmas mixtape shakeout has left none other than Busta Rhymes' The Return Of The Dragon: The Abstract Went On Vacation sitting at the top of a pile with a current user rating of 96%. Busta clearly still has bars for days, and with the astonishingly stacked lineup of guest features, it was a wrap before it started.
Show Me Love (Remix) [Soundcheck Rip]
Chance The Rapper & Skrillex
Last month, Skrillex told Billboard that he had just directed his first music video, for a track by Hundred Waters, a band on his OWSLA label, and Chance the Rapper. Neither the song nor the video has been released yet, but OWSLA artist Mija played what appears to be the collaboration in full during a recent soundcheck in Washington D.C.
Somewhere In Paradise
Chance The Rapper Feat. Jeremih & R. Kelly
Tonight, Chance the Rapper became the first independent artist to ever perform on Saturday Night Live. It was suspected that he might drop some new music to celebrate the occasion, and indeed, he performed a glorious new song called "Somewhere in Paradise" and brought out fellow Chicagoan Jeremih, who sings on the inspirational hook.
Taylor Bennett Feat. Chance The Rapper
Taylor the Bennett is not as famous as his older brother Chance the Rapper, but he's a rapper too.
Alex Wiley Feat. Calez & Chance The Rapper
Instead of joining in on the craziness that is today’s album releases, Chicago’s Alex Wiley has decided to wait a week until he releases the sequel to his 2014 project Village Party.
Juke Or Treat
Chance The Rapper Feat. The Social Experiment
Chance The Rapper has always made sure to incorporate a range of musical styles from his hometown of Chicago. The intro to his breakthrough mixtape Acid Rap opens with a juke-influenced track, and the sound has penetrated many of his other records as well. Today, Chance and the rest of the social experiment have shared a full-on juke track, which samples X-Files, Ghost Busters and The Twilight Zone (as well as Chance himself) in honor of Halloween.