Aside from being one of the most technically proficient rappers coming up in the game, what makes Chance The Rapper great is his willingness to collaborate. Before Acid Rap he would do features with nearly anyone, which I think is a great quality in a young artist. His guest verses have helped rising Chicago artists, such as Alex Wiley, Kids These Days, and Milo & Otis, get their rightful notice, as well as helped Chance expand his own fan base through collabs with artists like Childish Gambino, Joey Bada$$, and Hoodie Allen.
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This is particularly cool because my friend Davis and I have been waiting for the CDQ of this song ever since we saw this video. Both rappers deliver really dope verses, and Kembe’s hook is solid. I don’t know why he didn’t do a verse, but that’s whatever. I’m not going to cry about it.
This Chance the Rapper feature surfaced a few days ago (according to SoundCloud, but I just found it today, okay?).