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Future & Chance The Rapper Almost Collaborated On "No Problem"

Posted by , Feb 24, 2017 at 05:52pm
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Chance The Rapper revealed in interview that Future almost featured on "No Problem."

Future is arguably having the best year of his career so far. The kind of year Chance The rapper had in 2016. The two have a collaboration due out any day now. So, when Chance did an interview with Shagg Nice for Power92Chicago on Thursday afternoon, Future's name eventually had to come up.

Lil Chano revealed that he pondered about getting the HNDRXX singing emcee onboard for last year's hit "No Problem." He sent the track to Lil Wayne first. But when he heard through the grapevine that 2 Chainz was already collaborating with Wayne on what would become Collegrove, the Chicago kid knew he had to get both artists on the same record.

And the rest is history.

When asked, he called Lil Wayne and Jay-Z the greatest rappers of all time, and Barack Obama the most historic Black figure. Besides showcasing his extensive knowledge of the past and current state of rap music, Chance also talked about his Grammy wins, his visit to the White House and his work with Kanye West on Coloring Book.

Check out the entire interview below

Future & Chance The Rapper Almost Collaborated On "No Problem"

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Feb 24, 2017 at 05:52pm
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Chance The Rapper revealed in interview that Future almost featured on "No Problem."

Future is arguably having the best year of his career so far. The kind of year Chance The rapper had in 2016. The two have a collaboration due out any day now. So, when Chance did an interview with Shagg Nice for Power92Chicago on Thursday afternoon, Future's name eventually had to come up.

Lil Chano revealed that he pondered about getting the HNDRXX singing emcee onboard for last year's hit "No Problem." He sent the track to Lil Wayne first. But when he heard through the grapevine that 2 Chainz was already collaborating with Wayne on what would become Collegrove, the Chicago kid knew he had to get both artists on the same record.

And the rest is history.

When asked, he called Lil Wayne and Jay-Z the greatest rappers of all time, and Barack Obama the most historic Black figure. Besides showcasing his extensive knowledge of the past and current state of rap music, Chance also talked about his Grammy wins, his visit to the White House and his work with Kanye West on Coloring Book.

Check out the entire interview below

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