Chance The Rapper’s Previously Unreleased “You a Bitch” Surfaces
A Chance The Rapper record from the vaults has made its way online. Space Gang unleashed the previously unreleased cut to the world via SoundCloud earlier today (Aug. 12). "You a Bitch" sees Chance The Rapper collaborating with fellow Save Money collective members Towkio and Kami de Chukwu.
"Who is you, is you the same/You'se a lame/I meant you, shit, you'se a nuisance/Lose your life when I told you that you should hang/You should beg, you should beg when chasers stop chasing Chance/I be taking chances when I be tryna blaze a dance," Chance spits in a lackadaisical manner over the jazzy production of Space Gang.
The song is labeled as an unfinished track from 2013, so it's possible the cut was recorded during the Acid Rap sessions. For whatever reason, "You a Bitch" never got finalized. Still, it sounds pretty good despite its rough edges.
This previously unreleased track arrives just a few days after Chance The Rapper dropped a brand new song called "We the People." The record debuted as part of Nike's new USA Basketball commercial directed by Hiro Murai. Chance's song acts as the soundtrack for the ad titled "Unlimited Together" which features Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, DeMarcus Cousins, Diana Taurasi and Maya Moore among others.
This week also saw Chance The Rapper participating in the #SoGone challenge on social media. The #SoGone challenge is Twitter's latest craze where people rap over the instrumental to Monica’s 2003 single “So Gone."
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