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With few exceptions, Chance The Rapper has been pretty secretive about the music he’s created since releasing Acid Rap in 2013. But a recent spree of new tracks like this unreleased record he debuted on Tony Touch’s Toca Tuesdays infers that his new project may be releasing sooner that later.

Chance didn’t give the record a title, but he says “it was something very important to me and that’s why I wanted to share it with you.”

“Shawty, she got the body, she did the molly/Probably gon’ do the squaddy right after papi,” he chants, displaying a prowess for penning potent choruses. However, it’s the ad-libs from a “random” voice just before the Chicago native cut the song off at the close of the second hook that raised brows over here. That voice sounds like known Chance supporter and Dreamville CEO, J. Cole, which would the rapper’s biggest rap collaboration to date outside of Lil Wayne.

Stream the cut below and let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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