After ensuring the return of Wendy's spicy chickens nuggets, Chance the Rapper is now blessing fans with new music. 

On Thursday night, Chano officially dropped his much-anticipated track"Groceries" featuring Houston's Tisakorean. Chance first previewed the record back in April, but released an extended snippet earlier this week with a dance video featuring himself, Tisakorean, Number9ok, and Walter Bowser. 

"Drop a 🔥 in the comments and I’ll drop the song before it get too hot outside," he captioned the post.

Well, Chance didn't let fans down. On Thursday afternoon, he confirmed the Murda Beatz-produced track was heading to streaming services. His announcement included the hashtag #owbum, suggesting "Groceries" would appear on his upcoming debut studio album.

You can listen to "Groceries" below and grab it on iTunes here.

In an interview on Nadeska's Beats 1 show, Chance teased a bit of what's to come with his forthcoming new album.

"I've been waiting to make an album for a long time," he said on the Everyday Struggle co-host's show. "So, the process has been just me being back in the studio all the time. Just making two songs a day. And trying to have fun. But at the same time, I understand that it's going to be more. More songs. More flexes. More dancing. Just more . . . It's my album, so I feel like, with the conflating of mix tapes and EPs and albums and the new digital age that we're in, there hasn't really been an album in a long time."

In fact, Chance goes a step further: "This might be the first album ever," he said.

Chance's long-awaited debut album is set to arrive sometime in July. The Chicago artist has kept the project's details under wraps, but has repeatedly told fans it will not disappoint. 

"This my 1st album so its really good," he previously wrote in a series of tweets earlier this year. "I got real famous so I gotta lotta eyes on me that wasn’t fans of me they just fans of whats popular. My first album is for my fans. I’ll always be immensely proud of what I did with Coloring Book. 'Same Drugs,' 'Summer Friends.' and 'Juke Jam' are some the realest songs I’ve ever written so u dont have to defend Coloring Book to me. It happened, it made history but I did it already. The album wont be Acid Rap either."