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Chance the Rapper's 'Coloring Book' mixtape
« on: May 14, 2016, 12:10:38 PM »

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Anyone bumping this after its release this week? I'm loving this mixtape.

Really enjoying it's depth and the features.

Any fans here?
Any favorite tracks?
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This mixtape is a 10/10

"How Great" – at least when the actual song starts – is a masterpiece. "Finish Line", "Blessings", "Angels" and "Same Drugs" are also some of Chance's best work. This album is refreshing after feeling disappointed in some other high-profile works this year.
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This mixtape is a 10/10

"How Great" – at least when the actual song starts – is a masterpiece. "Finish Line", "Blessings", "Angels" and "Same Drugs" are also some of Chance's best work. This album is refreshing after feeling disappointed in some other high-profile works this year.
Yep. I didn't think views was all it was hyped up to be at all.

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I'm a big Chance fan.

I haven't listened to the new mixtape yet but I really enjoyed Donny Trumpet as well as Acid Rap.

Acid Rap is probably one of my favorite hip hop albums.
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This mixtape is a 10/10

"How Great" – at least when the actual song starts – is a masterpiece. "Finish Line", "Blessings", "Angels" and "Same Drugs" are also some of Chance's best work. This album is refreshing after feeling disappointed in some other high-profile works this year.
Yep. I didn't think views was all it was hyped up to be at all.

Yeah, Views was super meh.
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The Life of Pablo was outstanding as well and Chance played a major role in the album coming together and also had writting credits on many songs. He is a great musician.

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The Life of Pablo was outstanding as well and Chance played a major role in the album coming together and also had writting credits on many songs. He is a great musician.

Chance's verse on Ultra Light Beam is top notch.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6dJI37uyeYQ

Was going to post this in the "listen to this thread".  My jam.  I really like the mix tape.  I don't see it is so inventive but it's really good.  I think it has similarities to old Kanye when he used to use a lot of Gospel elements.

Between this, new Radiohead, James Blake, new Death Grips I have a lot of great new music to listen to.  Not a big fan of those other rap projects mentioned recently but this year has had some great released (Listen to Anderson .Paak's MALIBU if you haven't!!)  there are good ones on the horizon.
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