Chance the Rapper & Jeremih Will Reunite for Joint Christmas Album

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Chance The Rapper performs on Saturday Night Live on Dec. 12, 2015.

Last Christmas, Chance the Rapper and Jeremih gifted fans Merry Christmas Lil' Mama, their collaborative 9-track Christmas project dedicated to their native Chicago, IL. In a new interview with Rap-Up, producer Bongo ByTheWay revealed that the duo will reunite to re-release the mixtape as a full-length album. 

According to Bongo, who produced for the mixtape, Chance and Jeremih will create original music as well as remakes of festive classic tracks. “It’s gonna be a little bit of both, but pretty much, it’s gonna be a completion of that project,” he told Rap-Up. “We just put it out for the culture, for the fans and stuff. Now, we’re really finishing it up and we’re gonna put it out right. It’s gonna have new music. It’s gonna be mixed and mastered and everything."

While the crew has yet to finish the album or come up with an official title, Bongo believes "It’s gonna be one of those [where] everything is gonna come together super fast."

Merry Christmas Lil' Mama featured Chicago natives Hannibal Buress, Noname and Lud Foe. Bongo ByTheWay along with Zaytoven, C-Sick and more laid down production for the mixtape. 

Revisit the duo's joint mixtape below. 


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