Chance The Rapper Drops Huge Hint About Joint Kanye West Project ‘Good Ass Job’

25 May 2016, 11:15 | Updated: 25 May 2016, 15:46

Chance The Rapper and Kanye West

Chance is planning more music with Kanye.

Chance The Rapper has teased a new joint project alongside Kanye West called ‘Good Ass Job’.

The Chicago pair, who recently teamed up on Yeezy’s ‘The Life Of Pablo’ and Chance’s ‘Coloring Book’ are planning to join forces and create a collaborative mixtape or album. 

Speaking in a new in-depth interview about his new mixtape ‘Coloring Book’, Chance opened up about their growing relationship.

“The main thing [Kanye West & I] want to connect on is this project called 'Good Ass Job'," he said.

“That’s a thing that we talked about a long time ago and everything that we’ve been working on together has been a piece of it whether we were together in a room or not.”

Rumours about Kanye West's 'Good Ass Job' have been circulating since 2010, when Yeezy reportedly started working on it but scrapped the album in favour of 'My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy'.

Chance also spoke on a number of topics including releasing music for free, his religious references, his friendship with Justin Bieber and more. 

Check out some highlights below: 

On Kanye West’s ‘The Life Of Pablo’: ““I think me and Kanye both, in the experience of working on The Life of Pablo, both were able to grow and take things from it.”

Listen to the original version of Kanye West's 'Waves' and 'Famous' featuring Chance below:

On releasing music for free: “Since I was 15-16, passing out mixtapes outside of my high school, I always gave them away for free.”

On his friendship with Justin Bieber: “That’s my fu**ing boy. He’s the s**t. He’s just very dope at everything he does, at writing, he’s an amazing vocalist.”

On his future plans: “I like making mixtapes. I might make a tape with Jay Electronica soon. I might make a tape with anybody…Let me stop doing that.”

Chance The Rapper’s new mixtape ‘Coloring Book’ is available to stream now via Apple Music.

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