Chance The Rapper Debuts 2 Days Of Age Of The Song With Daniel Caesar

HipHop News Posted on September 26, 2017 at 12:51am

Chance The Rapper Debuts 2 Days Of Age Of The Song With Daniel Caesar

So new we don't even have a title yet.

Chance The Rapper released a song "so new we don't even have a title," on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert on Monday night (September 25).

The rapper from Chicago was of an interviewee and musical guest on the Monday, and explained to the host why he chose to play the brand new track. "I was going to do 'Grown Ass Kid", which is an unreleased track of a Coloring Book, and then I called the guys Saturday and I said that you can't do 'Grown Ass Kid' most. For reasons that don't really want to talk about. Basically we had to come up with the song in a matter of days and wanted to do something new."

Chance reminded Colbert, who has a history of playback of new music on the Late show, referring to his performance of "Angels", and adds, "So I said why not make a new song to you here this evening? I wrote this two days ago."

There are even moments where the listeners can tell you how the new song is, with Probability briefly ruining the lyrics of the song in around three minutes, saying they "had" instead of "ear" and then correcting himself.

The track, which features Toronto singer-songwriter Daniel Caesar, falls into the "Down-Tempo Nostalgic And Sentimental" of the category of Opportunity the music, with a heavy gospel overtones in the chorus.

Chance also talked about some other topics, such as working together on their performance on the Emmys, and whether or not the Chance you have political ambitions.

In his own words: "no, Not at all. I like to make the separation between the two things. I don't like the policy. I believe that government is necessary and must always be a fluid thing that is changing. The policy is very fast and is about the popularity and the strategy, but it is not ... not to make the same change that the legislation makes".

"So try not to get caught up in politics or any, you know, entertaining things. I try to keep my eyes focused on the things that really affect us systemically, that is where the ru


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