Therapper's 2016 critically acclaimed mixtape, Coloring Book, was the first streaming-only album to win a Grammy nomination. However, when the Chicago native released its follow-up, The Big Day, the reaction was mixed, with listeners panning the album and claiming that Chance had slipped off.
On Tuesday (August 2), the Acid Rap emcee visited The Breakfast Club and addressed long-standing issues head-on.
I can choose between accepting or living my life, according to Chance to Charlemagne, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy. If I agree with it, then the Breakfast Club will be canceled because of yall's people who fell off sitting in your chair.
The rapper paused for a while before stating that he has had people complain that he fell off since he dropped Acid Rap.
Ni**a was joking that my last mixtape was better when I was in high school. Im like, Ni**a, Im 15! It's difficult, but it's worth it. Tell people that my feelings are hurt?
Chancelor is gearing up for his upcoming album, Star Line Gallery, which will be released on November 18. The rapper has released a number of singles prior to the unspecified LPs' release date, including The Highs and the Lows, Bar About a Bar, and Child of God.
Above, see the episode of The Breakfast Club that features Chance the Rappers.