Chance The Rapper Teases Future Collaboration

Chance The Rapper performs in 2016
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Chance The Rapper performs at Brixton Academy on Nov. 20, 2016 in London.

Even after notching three Grammys earlier this month, Chance the Rapper remains busy in the studio. On Monday (Feb. 20), the "No Problem" rapper previewed his collaboration with Future on Instagram. 

Captioned "My Peak," the audio features Future on the hook ("I ain't barely reach my peak," he croons) and Chance gliding over the lush keys. In the second video, the Chicago MVP teases 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." At one point, he even brags about his success as a marquee free agent. "I’m a free agent like the second Matrix," he spits.

Last year, he and Future joined forces for his track "Smoke Break," which was featured on his Grammy-Award winning project Coloring Book. 

For Chance, this is the second song he previewed since the Grammy Awards. He played a snippet of his remix to Drake's "Grammys" at an after-party in Los Angeles. 

Preview Chance and Future's collaboration below. 



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