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Chicago duo the O'My's have just shared their new album, Tomorrow, and featured on the record is bona fide Chi spokesperson Chance the Rapper. To coincide with the release of the new record, the O'My's have shared a rain-soaked clip for their Chance collab "Idea." Directed by Jason Peterson and Annex, the clip features both of the O'My's members, Maceo Haymes and Nick Hennessey, alongside Chano.

Recalling R&B videos of yesteryear, the "Idea" visual is just as pretty as the track itself. Chance glides through the pouring rain, delivering his tender verse with his standard effortless delivery.

Speaking with Billboard about how the collaboration came together, Haymes explained, "It's a collaborative city. Collaborations happen just by being in the room or being at the park or bumping into somebody. That's kind of nature of the scene in Chicago. Everybody is constantly pushing each other. Everybody is constantly working with each other and teaching one another."

Chance isn't the only Chicago mainstay who appears on Tomorrow, with Nico Segal, formerly known as Donnie Trumpet, contributing production to a number of the album's tracks.