It looks like Chance The Rapper is back in the studio. On Tuesday (Aug. 22), the Chicago rapper uploaded a preview of a new track to his Instagram page. Check it out below.

In the clip, Chano plays a track that sounds like pure 1990s R&B goodness—and it should. The track he plays samples Soul For Real's "Every Little Thing I Do," which itself takes a sample from The Gap Band's "Outstanding." It's definitely a track you can dance to, and Chance does just that before his vocals come into the picture.

"I'm a little too young to be drinking this much/I'm a little too dumb to be thinking this much," Chano spits just after his signature adlib plays.

There's no word on when this track will actually drop or which project it will appear on, but it's always good to see Chano getting back to some music making. After a landmark 2016 that saw the rapper win two Grammys for his Coloring Book project, 2017 has been decidedly quieter on the new music front for him. He's done a few notable other things, though. Back in March, the Chi-Town native donated $1 million to the Chicago Public School system, and not too long ago, he popped up at the Chicago stop of Kendrick Lamar's DAMN. tour.

Check out Chance's new preview below, and check out the tracks he sampled for his new song beneath that.

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