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Extraordinary bodies booty risks and Chance The Rapper lives up to his rap moniker by accomplishing that on his latest mixtape, Coloring Book. Arriving a year after Surf, his collaborative accomplishment with Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment, and his aboriginal abandoned accomplishment aback his archetypal 2013 tape, Acid Rap, Coloring Book illustrates the adolescent Chicago MC’s immense acceptance in God and the acceptable in altruism over the advance of its 14 tracks.
Spirituality and celebration are the two calling cards of Coloring Book and admirers get a abundant dosage of anniversary on the anterior track, “All We Got,” which finds Chance teaming up with Kanye West and recapturing the abracadabra of their aftermost affair on “Ultralight Beam,” admitting in a added august manner. Employing a soundscape that accommodate horns, anguish drums and handclaps, Chance helms the clue and wastes no time accepting into the proceedings. “This for the kids of the baron of all kings/This is the holiest thing/This is the exhausted that played beneath the Word/This is the sheep that ain’t like what it herd,” he rhymes. His lyrics, forth with Kanye’s crooning on the song’s angle and bridge, accomplish it axiomatic from the access that abbey is absolutely in session.
Chance’s belvedere could battling that of the best acclaimed televangelist, as he amendment a few of the bigger names in rap today to advice him abbot to the hip-hop congregation. 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne can be begin admonition on the fan favorite, “No Problem,” produced by Brasstracks, during which Lil Chano flexes his absolute beef with the warning, “If one added characterization try to stop me/It’s gon’ be some dreadhead niggas in ya lobby.” Jay Electronica shows up on “How Great” with My cousing Nicole and T-Pain flexes on “Finish Band / Drown” alongside Kirk Franklin, Eryn Allen Kane and Noname. Then there are newer names like frequent assistant D.R.