Chance The Rapper Teases New Collab With Future

Chance The Rapper hasn’t let his three Grammys weigh him down or stop him from doing what he does best and recording new music. This week Chance took to Instagram to tease a new collaboration with one of the other hardest-working-MC’s-in-the-game, Future.

Chance shared two short videos captioned “My Peak.” The first clip features the unmistakable voice of Future singing the hook, “I ain’t barely reach my peak.”

The second video Chance jumps in with a snippet of his verse “My baby mama finna get her masters/I just hit the office, that’s the FAFSA/I don’t want to hear about no masters/I just hit my pastor, it’s faster.” Check them both out below.


A post shared by Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) on Feb 20, 2017 at 3:29pm PST


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Future and Chance are no strangers to working together, last year they teamed up for Smoke Break, which was featured on Chance’s Grammy-Award winning project Coloring Book.

The Instagram post also tagged DJ Esco, prompting some to speculate the obvious that he is somehow involved. So far, however, it’s unclear who else might be attached, when the song will drop, or if it is apart of Chance’s first full-length album which he announced he has started working on or perhaps even Future’s rumoured second new album for 2017 that has been reported as dropping as early as tomorrow (!). All we know from the short clips is the track is going to be fire.

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