[Video] Skrillex Unveils Chance The Rapper Collaboration

Chance The Rapper took over the hip-hop world last year on the strength of his Acid Raps, and since the new year turned last month, it appears Chano isn’t satisfied with handling just the rap side of things. After teaming up with Justin Bieber for “Confident”, the Chicago MC has been rumored to be working with Skrillex in the studio quite a bit as of late, with the gossip being spread on the Internet with regular updates. Last night, in New York City at The Brooklyn Bowl, Skrillex decided to unveil his collaboration with Chance amidst a string of BK shows that have many calling his time out East a ‘Skrillex takeover’. The track isn’t like the EDM superstar’s past connections with rappers, most notably 2012’s “Wild For The Night” which was essentially a Srillex song with A$AP Rocky rapping over it. Here, we have something with distinctly juke elements that feature Chance sing-song rapping his way through the track. With Pop and Hip-hop seemingly on lock, Chance very well may be getting his EDM playlist in check, with a recently-announced set at Ultra Miami on deck. Check out the latest from Chance and Skrillex in this less-than-stellar video below.

Jake Krzeczowski

Jake Krzeczowski is a writer based in Chicago. Since graduating from the University of Iowa in 2012 he has written for the likes of The Chicago Sun Times, Complex Magazine, and Elevator Magazine.

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