Perhaps Chance's biggest collab yet (tied with being featured on Lil Wayne's last mixtape) as Bieber drops the last track of his #MusicMondays series with the rising Chicago star. I feel like Bieber sounds a little Chris Brown on this one before Chance finally appears with a quick last verse. Chance is able to show his style to new fans on this one as it's certainly catchy and leaving hip hop fans wanting more bars. It sure did with me. Listen below!
Childish Gambino's Because The Internet has officially hit the internet and one of the collabs we were all anticipating was his next song with Chance The Rapper. Here's "The Worst Guys", which makes me want to photoshop them on Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg's The Other Guys. Ha!
All jokes aside, this one's sounding good — like the entire album in fact. "The Worst Guys" is solid and features a unique structure (thanks in large part to the guitar solo), but I have a feeling I'll be coming back to a handful of other tracks first (like "Crawl", "Zealots of Stockholm (Free Information)" and "Pink Toes" to name a few). I can't wait to sit with the album as a whole after one very favorable listen so far tonight. Because The Internet officially drops December 10th.
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The Second City saint and SaveMoney general, Chance the Rapper, made a long awaited return to the city that raised him as he brought his Social Experiment Tour to the city of Chicago on Nov 27. This begins the first of two back to back shows in Chicago. The hometown crowd at the Riviera even got a special look into new additions Chance has been working on as the Acid Rap prodigy graced the crowd with a new track. The new song is a culmination of Chance's success that dabs into his upbringing in the city of Chicago, setbacks, owning the respect of his city at a young age, covers he's graced, achievements he's attained, and the overall hunger the emcee possesses to continue to make music for listeners to believe in.
First, I wanna give a shout to "Pat the Manager" who got at me last minute into the show along with my guy Malcolm Brinkley (who was taking photos filling in for our own Kevin Parkinson). I clearly remember before Chance's infamous "10 Day" mixtape dropped. I was at breakfast with him, his Dad, and some of the Jugrnaut guys and the discussion was the details of his "first big show for 10 Day". Wow, fast forward a few years later..
I have always genuinely loved Chance's music. I listen to a very small knit group of artists again and again and again. Chance is my #1. So, when he took the stage at Club Red it was pretty much an "all hell breaks loose" vibe. The crowd was absolutely bananas before the show I almost thought security wasn't going to go on with the show. But, when he did it was mayhem in the best way possible. Chance takes you through an absolute "roller coaster of emotions", which is why I dig the dude. And, he is CREATIVE, and DIFFERENT. Something other rappers should take note of. Everything from "Cocoa Butter Kisses" to "Juice" exemplify what I'm talking about. By the way he kicked it off with "Good Ass Intro". Perfect for what was about to jump off that night.
I'm a 90's cat so I grew up on Tribe, NAS, Wu-Tang, Souls of Mischief.....Chance to me brings the creativity back to where it existed back in the 90's. For any tennis players out there another analogy would be Chance the Rapper is what Andre Agassi was when he showed up on the tennis circuit. Difference is I think Chance will be around alot longer and get even bigger.