The Chicago rapper's last release came with 2016's 'Coloring Book'
The star released his latest album ‘Coloring Book’ in 2016. In a review, NME said: “Fizzingly fun, this third mixtape sees Chance finessing but certainly not hampering, his freewheeling nature.”
At an event held at Chicago’s Museum of Contemporary Art last night (March 5), Chance spoke about some of the projects he’s been rumoured to be working on of late.
Asked about collaborating with Glover, he said: “We perpetuated that rumour for a long time without recording anything. We did link up in Atlanta and record some tracks and… they’re amazing.”
The rapper was also quizzed about whether he had had any part in West’s new music, he replied, “Uhhh… I guess!” The pair have previously worked together before on Chance’s ‘All We Got’ and West’s ‘Ultralight Beam’.
Recently, Chance critiqued the depiction of race in Netflix movie Bright. The musician expressed reservations over a scene in which an orc is lynched, which he interpreted as a thinly-veiled and “shallow” metaphor for racism.
“I always feel a lil cheated when I see allegorical racism in movies cause that racism usually stems from human emotion or tolerance but not by law or systems the way it is in real life,” Chance explained. “The characters in #Bright live in a timeline where racism is gone… cause we hate ork now.”