Can summer 18’ get any better for hip-hop? With incredible production pieces released in June from emcees across the genre (Kanye, Drake, Nas, Kid Cudi, etc.) Chance The Rapper returns with four refreshingly new singles that are a must listen. Last month, Chano newly released tracks continue to illustrate the Chi-town artist’s diverse hip hop sound, lyrical flows, genre binding productions and deep underground roots.
On “Wala Cam,” Chance brings in one of Chicago’s rising emcee’s, Supa Bwe, for a best-catchy dance track that matches perfectly with Chicago’s underground dance scene.
“I Might Need Security” is one hell of a record that showcases Chance’s elusive rhymes, aggressively loose bars and dynamic flow over an explicit loop. The songs political, societal and cultural aspects fuel Chance’s acute awareness of today’s American climate and his critique on the errors currently at hand.
Over the tranquil and easy-listening, “Work Out,” Chance gives a shot out to his exes on how things are going to get better and hopes it “works out.” The artist recently married his daughter’s mother and takes a chance to critique his personal life on an impressive bass line and acoustic feel.
On another masterful production, “65th & Ingleside,” Chano’s harmonies and West-indie lyrical style brings the young emcee to reminisce over his first pad in his Southside Chicago neighborhood.
With the possibility of a new album under way, its easy to see why Chancellor Bennett remains indie-hip-hop's top-of-the-heap and how disruption in the hip-hop space continues to reign supreme on the mainstream dominance.
Add these 4 incredible tracks to your playlist this week and catch Chance The Rapper in a city near you!