Kanye West has come through with more information regarding his collaborative project with fellow Chicagoan Chance the Rapper.

We now have a title, delivered at Chance's latest open mic for local high schoolers.

Ye also thanked "my brother Chance for bringing me back to Chicago." He then told the ecstatic crowd: "So the first thing on my mind that I have to tell you is, I've gotta let y'all know, that I moved back to Chicago and I’m never leaving again.”

Besides the title and the amount of tracks it will contain, we currently don't know too much about the album, like when it will drop. Chance previously spoke about it all on Complex's Open Late. "I'm gonna do a seven track with 'Ye," Chance said at the time. "Kanye's my favorite rapper that I followed, you know, without knowing for a long time."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The title Good Ass Job should be familiar to Kanye fans as he previously teased it would be the name of his fourth studio album. "I'm calling the next one Late Registration," Kanye told MTV back in 2003. "I've got this song 'Hey Mama' I did three years ago that I'm saving for that one. Then my third album is going to be called Graduation. And the fourth is Good-Ass Job." As we all now know, that didn't exactly end up happening as his fourth studio album was 808s & Heartbreak.

Stay tuned as more information about Good Ass Job rolls in.