Long before Chance The Rapperbecame a festival headliner and household name, before he made chart history with Coloring Book, the young artist was busting out of the Chicago music community with a pair of heady mixtapes.
Chance announced his arrival in 2012 with the 10 Day, followed a year later by the well-received Acid Rap.
Now, what feels like a lifetime later, those two sets are made widely available on streaming platforms.
If that wasn’t enough Chance for your week, the hip-hop star has made the mixtape trio of 10 Day, Acid Rap and Coloring Book available on vinyl for the first time. All three records can be pre-ordered at Chance’s official website priced at $35 (including a digital copy), with shipping due this fall.
Back in February, Chance revealed that new music was on the way, hinting at a July release for his first, fully-fledged album release. Details on the release have yet to be announced, though we can assume “Groceries,” which dropped last month, will appear on it. Chance also lends his talents to theEd Sheerantrack “Cross Me,” a top 10 hit in the U.K. and Australia.