Kehlani Feat. Chance The Rapper
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.
Donnie Trumpet Feat. Chance The Rapper, King Louie & Quavo
Donnie Trumpet and The Social Experiment's SURF is the perfect project to put you in a good mood, and seeing as it's Friday you should already be in a good mood. So now you'll be in a good mood x2. The free compilation album not only puts the musical talents of Chance's crew on display, but it also features a who's who of rappers/singers, which fans were left to decode as no features were listed outright.
Heaven Only Knows
Towkio Feat. Chance The Rapper, Lido & Eryn Allen Kane
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.
Kyle Feat. Chance The Rapper
Kyle (aka K.I.D. aka Super Duper Kyle) is a 22-year old rapper out of Ventura, CA who is set to drop a project called Smyle next week. Before he does that, he shares a single called "Remember Me," in which he invites Chance the Rapper to sing a soulful hook. Sorta sounds like that great Tupac song "Run Tha Streetz, except substituting Kyle's breezier flow (which actually resembles that of Chance) for Tupac's hardened delivery.
Towkio Feat. Chance The Rapper
It's kind of surprising how separate Chicago's respective hip-hop and footwork scenes have stayed to this day.
Chance The Rapper
Bump Acid Rain, the latest cut from Chance The Rapper. It dropped on Thursday, February 21st, 2013. Chance The Rapper's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Acid Rain is no exception. It's a worthy addition to a catalogue that has seen much growth since Chance The Rapper stepped foot in the rap game. We're looking forward to hearing more.
Nosaj Thing Feat. Chance The Rapper
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."
Lil B & Chance The Rapper
This afternoon, Chance The Rapper and Lil B The Based God surprised us with their collaborative mixtape. It was rumored to be in the works for a minute, with Chance confirming said rumors the other month. The joint six-song project is available for free download here.
Chuck Inglish Feat. Chance The Rapper
Both halves of the Cool Kids, Chuck Inglish and Sir Michael Rocks have been very busy these days.
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.
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.
Rapsody Feat. Chance The Rapper & Big K.R.I.T.
Give Lonely Thoughts a listen - it's a new offering from Rapsody, featuring Chance The Rapper & Big K.R.I.T.. It was dropped on Monday, September 9th, 2013. Rapsody's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Lonely Thoughts will most definitely help the cause. It's a fine addition to the growing body of work Rapsody has been developing since stepping foot in the game. We're looking forward to what Rapsody has in store.
Good Ass Intro
Chance The Rapper Feat. BJ The Chicago Kid
Check out Good Ass Intro, the latest track from Chance The Rapper, featuring BJ The Chicago Kid which dropped on Wednesday, March 13th, 2013. Chance The Rapper's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Good Ass Intro has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Chance The Rapper has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Chance The Rapper has on deck.
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.
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.
LSD (The Hood Internet Remix)
ProbCause Feat. Chance The Rapper
ProbCause's 2013 single "LSD," featuring fellow acid enthusiast Chance The Rapper, has just been remixed by Chicago production team The Hood Internet. Offering some changes from the original's trippy, EDM-influenced beat, they've given the song a more subdued, piano-led instrumental.
Chance The Rapper Feat. Childish Gambino
Quotable Lyrics"Chance, acid rapper, soccer, hacky sacker Cocky khaki jacket jacker Blap-happy faggot slapper A Rocky rocket launcher Shake that laffy taffy, jolly raunchy rapper Dang, dang, dang - skeet, skeet, skeet She do that thing for three retweets The album feel like '92"
Fight For You
Pia Mia Feat. Chance The Rapper
The "Divergent" soundtrack sports a few surprising rap collaborations, including tracks from Kendrick Lamar and Tame Impala, as well as A$AP Rocky with Gesaffelstein. Another unexpected matchup comes from Pia Mia and Chance The Rapper. Pia got her start on YouTube, and her most noteable moment (at least to the hip hop community) came in a clip of her singing "Hold On, We're Going Home", at the Kardashians' dinner table (at which both Kanye and Drake were present).
Jordan Bratton Feat. Chance The Rapper
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.