Chance The Rapper hints at possible Death Cab For Cutie collaboration

The rapper met the five-piece at Bonnaroo Festival over the weekend

Chance The Rapper has hinted at a possible future collaboration with Death Cab For Cutie.

The rapper and the alt-rock band were pictured on Instagram together at Bonnaroo festival in Tennessee over the weekend, with touring member Dave Depper posting on the social media platform that Chance was an “incredibly nice dude, and [a] huge Death Cab fan. Who knew?”

Chance has now addressed the meeting on Twitter, responding to a fan who asked if the two acts would ever collaborate together. Although coy in his response, fans have taken Chance’s reply of “Big 10-4” as an encouraging sign.

See the tweet and the aforementioned Instagram posts below.

Chance the Rapper: incredibly nice dude, and huge Death Cab fan. Who knew?

A photo posted by Dave Depper (@davedepper) on

Chance encounter at @bonnaroo // Photo by @racheldemy #dcfctour

A photo posted by Death Cab for Cutie (@deathcabforcutie) on

Chance recently released his third mixtape, ‘Coloring Book’, which features a slew of guest features, from Kanye West to Justin Bieber. The Chicago artist tweeted last week that Regina Spektor had recorded vocals for the song ‘Same Drugs’, but her involvement from the record was cut late on in the process – a decision Chance called his “greatest mistake.”