chance the rapper dropped 4 new songs and i’m so fucking happy

i’m not a big music guy whatsoever, but chance the rapper is my favorite artist of all time by far. i can bump any of his music and instantly feel better. it power washes my soul and cleans out all of the degeneracy in my system.

my love for chance started senior year of high school. he dropped acid rap towards the end of my senior year which is the same time i started smoking weed. i remember playing that album at least 1000 times on my friend’s driveway while we passed a bong back in forth in the middle of a suburban neighborhood. not the smartest of moves but it created some great memories. anyway, from there on anything chance put out i listened to. i went back and listened to 10 day, and a year or two later he dropped coloring book which is also an amazing album.

last night chance dropped 4 songs and i’m happier than boogie cousins after he closed a deal with the warriors. chance hasn’t released music since coloring book because he took a break from music to help clean up chicago. while i respect that, it really sucked not having his music for a while. this is the first whiff of new music we’re getting from chance in a long time and god damn, it’s heat. i missed that fucker.

chance dropped 4 singles. i might need security, work out, wala cam, and 65th and ingleside. personally, i think “i might need security” is the best out of the quap. the song says “fuck you” about 200 times over the beat, which makes me feel warm and fuzzy, but also keeps me honest.

“wala cam” is a classic chance song where he blurts out wisdom in his classic chance tone. it’s easily the catchiest out of the bunch and features a guy named “supa bwe” who actually isn’t that bad.

“work out” is the most soothing out of the bunch. this is a song i’ll pull out on a rainy monday morning in the fall after i lose far too much money betting on the eagles the day before. this song gives me hope and makes me feel like everything is going to be alright. the beat is also very uplifting which meshes well with the inspirational lyrics.

“65th and ingleside” explains chance’s upbringing in chicago and his come up as a rapper. this is why i love chance. he’s not one of those rappers that’s going to talk about shooting people or how many hoes he has. instead, he’s going to give you an inside look on his humble and promising rise to fame. i love this dude.

okay look, i suck at analyzing music. i know that. but whenever chance drops new music i’m going to blog about it. it’s a personal thing for me.

i love the guy because he’s so much different from this new generation of rappers. he’s not about clout, pussy, or street credit. instead he’s a level headed dude that gives inspiration to all different types of people. his music is for everybody.

i’m happy to have you back, chance.

-not, not true.

 

 

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