Kanye West & Chance the Rapper Hang Out With Their Kids at the Sugar Factory in Chicago

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Kanye West and Chance the Rapper perform at the Magnificent Coloring Day Festival at Comiskey Park in Chicago on Sept. 24, 2016 . 

Chance the Rapper recently revealed that he hasn't started working on his Good Ass Job joint album with Kanye West just yet, but the pair of Chicago-bred musicians were spotted over the weekend spending some quality time together alongside their children in the heart of Chi-Town at the North River Sugar Factory. 

TMZ uncovered a clip of Yeezy turning up and dancing on a table in his booth with the Sugar Factory workers cheering him on, as his 2007 hit "Stronger" blared throughout the venue's speakers. West then picked up his soon-to-be 3-year-old son, Saint, while Chano and daughter Kensli watched on from nearby.

The 25-year-old told The Joe Budden Podcast he's long thought about crafting a project with his idol. "I'm a huge Kanye West fan. In my mind, basically since The Life of Pablo, I've been begging him to come back to Chicago to work on a project with me," he said. "In my mind, this is going to be Good Ass Job and his return to a sound that basically birthed my sound and my chance to work with who I believe to be the greatest living artist."

Meanwhile, Kanye West continues to work toward the release of his delayed Yandhi album, which is now slated to drop Nov. 23. Another unreleased snippet has hit the internet, finding the Yeezus rapper channeling a heavenly vibe. 

Watch the clip of Kanye and Chance hanging with their kin at the Sugar Factory and give the snippet a listen below. 



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