Chance the Rapper’s “Coloring Book” Spotify release date may be on May 27. Meanwhile, the rapper throws shade on some record labels as he had a conversation with fans via Reddit.
Chance the Rapper Coloring Book mixtape, also known as “Chance 3,” was released in Apple Music last May 13 and can now be downloaded through iTunes.
Apple Music will exclusively stream Chance the Rapper’s “Coloring Book” for two weeks and it will also offer free trial for three months to its subscribers. If one does the math, “Coloring Book” might have a Spotify release date of May 27 yet. Same goes for other streaming sites such as Tidal and Amazon.
“Coloring Book” features 14 tracks with feature collaborations with Kanye West, T-Pain, and Justin Bieber.
Also included in the tracks are Lil Wayne, 2 Chainz, Young Thug, Lil Yachty, Future, Jay Electronica, and Kirk Franklin, Independent UK said in a report.
Chance the Rapper’s “Coloring Book” is a follow-up album from his 2013 Acid Rap and 10 Day in 2010.
Moreover, Spencer Kornhaber of The Atlantic talked about how Chance the Rapper’s “Coloring Book” mixtape incorporated childhood memories.
“The album is a grown-up triumph,” his report said. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Chance doesn’t want to revert to childhood; he doesn’t want to overcome it; he doesn’t invoke it to prove something about himself.”
He noted that the 23-year-old Chicago-born rapper and Kanye West’s apprentice has stitched what he learned from the past from his current experiences in the present.
Meanwhile, Chance the Rapper mocked record labels in his conversations with fans in Reddit.
Asked by a fan by the disadvantages that he overcome for not signing with as record label, Chance the Rapper answered, “All of them. except mfs still think they can stop me from recording and releasing music for free, they slowed me but CANNOT STOP DA KID and that’s on my life.”
One fan also asked who he want to work with after his “Coloring Book” album, to which he answered, “50 cent, Robert Townsend, Randy Newman, Paul Giamatti and Stevie Wonder.”