This is when the "each one, teach one" method gets real.
Earlier today, Chance the Rapper was a guest on Chicago's daytime talk show Windy City Live where he discussed music (duh!), but started out with a discussion about his idol, mentor and big brother, Kanye West.
"Since he's from the city he's just my favorite musician. I look up to him a lot," he said after explaining that Yeezy's College Dropout is one of the first albums that he ever owned.
"We started working very recently and have a lot of cool ideas brewing and dope sounding stuff. Me and Kanye and a lot of Chicago artists and a lot of dope artists are working on a collaborative effort that will be released tentatively."
Does this mean that there will finally be a follow-up to the 2012 G.O.O.D. Music project Cruel Summer? Does this mean that Kanye, Chance and other artists are working on a major track that'll push the culture in the way that we haven't seen in a while? He didn't give us much more about that, but he, Donny Trumpet and the Social Experience performed and closed out their time on the show with a bang.
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