Chance The Rapper Teams Up With Lil Yachty for 'Atlanta House Freestyle': Listen

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Lil Yachty and Chance The Rapper perform onstage during the 2016 Budweiser Made in America Festival at Benjamin Franklin Parkway on Sept. 4, 2016 in Philadelphia. 

With Chance The Rapper locked into album mode, he decided to let go of a fun freestyle he's had in the stash on Thursday (April 11). Chano connects with "Mixtape" collaborator Lil Yachty for the laid back "Atlanta House Freestyle," which released through the Chicago native's SoundCloud. 

Chance and Yachty float over the Earl The Pearl production as if the beat is to be used as a lyrical exercise where both artists can sharpen their swords a bit. Lil Boat pushes the pace in his second verse. With tax season upon us, Yachty seemed to be appalled at how much he owed the government this year.

"Top of the year, tax came, I was too sad/ Coulda built a whole middle school out in Trinidad/ Funny guy probably goin' to hell 'cause he sin bad," he softly raps.

Chance raises his game just a tad to match Yachty when closing out the freestyle. "Sit a little high like nosebleed/ Always ten toes like both feet/ You come into to the room, make the hoes leave/ I come into the room, make 'em holy/ I run through the city like the red line/ Young n---a 'bout to make headlines," he rhymes with a Valee-like flow. 

Listen to the "Atlanta House Freestyle" below.