Chance the Rapper has begun to roll out some new music that will act as a follow-up to his multiple award-winning LP Coloring Book and, to say the least, we're intrigued. First, he debuted a new song featuring Daniel Caesar that will be called "First World Problems" on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, a song that Joe Budden later described as "too positive" (still trying to figure out what that means to be honest). Whether or not that song was in your lane, it's safe to say that the TV appearance properly whetted the appetites of the masses for Chance's new material and, based on this new photographic piece of evidence, the guest features that he pulls in could be killer.

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Hairweave Killer to be exact. In a new Instagram post that he shared with his fans, 2 Chainz is seen hanging in the studio with Chance the Rapper, both of them looking very focused on some sort of work that the ATL mainstay has open in front of him. As is customary with this sort of thing, there are no details that we can use to expand on the situation and/or confirm outright that these two men will be enjoying the same sonic airspace when it comes to a new record from Chance the Rapper. However, given the recent rumblings about the tracks that the Chi-town native has been prepping for release in the near future, this photo will only extended the hype even further.

Tit x Chano

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This new picture comes on the heels of a clip that Quavo shared using his own social media account, showing Chance and Lil Yachty alongside him in the studio working on a new project. Sadly, there is no sound to accompany the video, so there's no way to get a small audio sample of what they were in the process of putting together. That being said, between that trio of young hip-hop excellence and the masterful veteran presence of a guy like 2 Chainz, Chance's new music could be shaping up to be even better than Coloring Book.