Chance The Rapper covers 'Arthur' theme tune, featuring Wyclef Jean and Jessie Ware – listen

The rapper first debuted the cover at Sasquatch! Music Festival in Washington state

Chance The Rapper covers 'Arthur' theme tune, featuring Wyclef Jean and Jessie Ware – listen

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Chance The Rapper has unveiled the studio version of his cover of the theme tune to kid's TV programme Arthur.

Jessie Ware, Wyclef Jean, Elle Varner, and Frances & the Lights all appear on the track, which you can hear below.

Chance first debuted the cover during his set at the Sasquatch! Music Festival and has since performed it at various gigs.

Earlier this month, the rapper confirmed that he is working with a number of other artists – stating that he has been in the studio with James Blake, Jessie Ware and J Cole among others.

"It's not about how you release it," he said. "It's about making sure it's dope content. I'm soaking in their energy. These are seasoned, awesome eclectic artists that know a lot that I don't know. Working with them and getting to see their process is making me a lot better."

Childish Gambino, aka Donald Glover, tweeted earlier this year that he and Chance The Rapper have been working on a joint EP. He wrote:




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