On his verse on Kanye West's The Life of Pablo opener "Ultralight Beam," Chance the Rapper -- in collaboration with 'Ye, the "he" in the lyric -- lays out a mission statement of sorts for his own upcoming project.
"He said let's do a good ass job with Chance 3 / I hear you gotta sell it to snatch the Grammy / Let's make it so free and the bars so hard / That there ain't one gosh darn part you can't tweet," he raps.
Late Thursday night, Chance released that long-awaited Chance 3 mixtape, Coloring Book, and he's completed the goals laid out on "Ultralight Beam": It's free(ish), available for streaming and free download with a subscription to Apple Music, before it becomes more widely distributed later this month. And the bars? So hard, like he predicted, that there ain't one gosh darn part you can't tweet.
Seriously. There ain't one gosh darn part of Chance's raps on the mixtape (just focusing on Chano here, not his many guests) that fans (and Chance himself, as you'll see) haven't tweeted already. Press play and read along for proof.
"All We Got"