Much like he did earlier in the year, Chance The Rapper just touched down with a handful of new singles out of the blue. The Chicago rapper and crooner employs the same abstract artwork for the covers of his two new tracks. "The Man Who Has Everything" is the more docile of the two songs, and it uses a Christmas theme to tie together a positive message and a feel-good vibe.
Over a sample that sings, "love me forever, that's all I ask of you," Chance opines about what to get a man who has it all. Does that man really have it all? Are material things inconsequential when factors like family and love come into play? Chance answers all these questions and more as he muses about the emotions that make the human mind tick. The acoustic guitar creates the perfect dreamy backdrop for Chance's latest masterpiece.
Don't gifts get rewrapped?
That shit could get sticky like tree sap
I gave you free raps, that shit sound like free facts
Which is 'bout as common as free Blacks