Open Late host Peter Rosenberg sat down with Chance the Rapper for an in-depth interview about what the Chicago representative has got in store for fans, which includes a seven-song album with Kanye West, his much anticipated collaborative project with Childish Gambino, and more.
Plans for a project with 'Ye makes Chance the latest artist to join the ranks for the seven-song treatment. From late May to late June, Kanye released five consecutive albums with artists tied to G.O.O.D. Music and Def Jam—including himself. Chance, of course, has no ties to any record label, but his relationship with Kanye runs deep, so them connecting for something this big isn't much of a stretch. There have also been rumors that Valee, Bump J, and Sly Polaroid would get their own seven-song projects as well.
Chance also updates fans on whether he plans to release his next solo project for sale, and also shares his thoughts on the Drake/Pusha-T feud and rap beef at large.
Check out the clip below to get a taste of what's to come, and make sure to tune into Open Late With Peter Rosenberg at 10 p.m. ET Thursday on YouTube.com/Complex to see the full interview.
Chance the Rapper will be headlining the Special Olympics' 50th Anniversary celebration concert July 21 in Chicago. For tickets and more information, click here.