CHICAGO — Chance the Rapper put an end to weeks of anticipation Thursday night by releasing "Coloring Book," his third solo mixtape and first since 2013.
The lead song on the album is called "All We Got," featuring Kanye West and the Chicago Children's Choir.
The album also features other Chicago musicians like Towkio and Saba. Lil Wayne and Justin Bieber are also on the album.
The Chatham-based hip-hop star made the album available late Thursday after debuting the song "Blessings" on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon Thursday.
Chance recorded his first mix tape, 10 Day, while serving a 10-day suspension as a senior at Jones College Prep High School in 2011.
Since then he's kept close to his Chicago roots, promoting local charitable causes and partnering with New Era to sell White Sox caps. His most recent music video, for the song "Angels," even shows him soaring between Downtown skyscrapers.
Posters for the new mixtape, until recently called "Chance 3" have popped up all over the city, with the numeral replacing the Sox logo on his iconic cap.
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