Chance The Rapper – Discography [FLAC]

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Chance The Rapper


Chance The Rapper Albums Download, 05 CDs by MEGA years 2012 – 2019 In Original High Quality Audio FLAC 16-bits (Lossless). Download Studio Albums, Live Albums, Compilations, Singles, and EPs.


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DISCOGRAPHY:Chance The Rapper
FORMAT:FLAC 16-bits
GENERE:Hip-Hop
YEAR:2012 – 2019
COUNTRY:USA
DOWNLOAD:MEGA
DISC:05 CDs
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ALBUMS STUDIO

2012 - 10 Day


01 – 14,400 Minutes
02 – Nostalgia
03 – Missing You
04 – Windows
05 – Brain Cells
06 – Long Time
07 – 22 Offs
08 – U Got Me Fucked Up
09 – Family
10 – Juke Juke
11 – Fuck You Tahm Bout
12 – Long Time II
13 – Prom Night
14 – Hey Ma

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2013 - Acid Rap


01 – Good Ass Intro
02 – Pusha Man
03 – Paranoia
04 – Cocoa Butter Kisses
05 – Juice
06 – Lost
07 – Everybody’s Something
08 – Interlude (That’s Love)
09 – Favorite Song
10 – NaNa
11 – Smoke Again
12 – Acid Rain
13 – Chain Smoker
14 – Everything’s Good (Good Ass Outro)

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2016 - Coloring Book


01 – All We Got (feat. Kanye West & Chicago Children’s Choir)
02 – No Problem (feat. Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz)
03 – Summer Friends (feat. Jeremih & Francis & The Lights)
04 – D.R.A.M. Sings Special
05 – Blessings (feat. Jamila Woods)
06 – Same Drugs
07 – Mixtape (feat. Young Thug & Lil Yachty)
08 – Angels (feat. Saba)
09 – Juke Jam (feat. Justin Bieber & Towkio)
10 – All Night (feat. Knox Fortune)
11 – How Great (feat. Jay Electronica & My cousin Nicole)
12 – Smoke Break (feat. Future)
13 – Finish Line _ Drown (feat. T-Pain, Kirk Franklin, Eryn Allen Kane & Noname)
14 – Blessings (feat. Ty Dolla $ign, Anderson .Paak, BJ The Chicago Kid, Raury & Jamila Woods)

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2016 - Merry Christmas Lil Mama_ The Gift That Keeps On Giving


01 – The Return
02 – All The Way
03 – Snowed In
04 – Family For
05 – Held it Down
06 – Ms. Parker
07 – Joy
08 – Let it Snow
09 – Stranger at the Table
10 – One More Cry
11 – Are U Live
12 – Who’s To Say
13 – I’m Your Santa
14 – Chi-Town Christmas
15 – Big Kid Again
16 – Let Me Bang
17 – Stranger at the Table (Piano Version)

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2019 - The Big Day


01 – All Day Long
02 – Do You Remember
03 – Eternal
04 – Hot Shower
05 – We Go High
06 – I Got You (Always and Forever)
07 – Photo Ops (Skit)
08 – Roo
09 – The Big Day
10 – Let’s Go On The Run
11 – Handsome
12 – Big Fish
13 – Ballin Flossin
14 – 4 Quarters In The Black (Skit)
15 – 5 Year Plan
16 – Get A Bag
17 – Slide Around
18 – Sun Come Down
19 – Found A Good One (Single No More)
20 – Town On The Hill
21 – Our House (Skit)
22 – Zanies and Fools

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About Chance The Rapper

Back when music still mostly traveled by CD, Chancelor Bennett would get in trouble with his dad for handing out his mixtapes for free. You’ve gotta understand, his dad said, we worked for that money to buy those CDs. Now you’re giving them away. But the free thing wasn’t just about getting out there, Chance the Rapper explained to Apple Music in 2016. “It was kind of to throw out a beacon to let everybody see what could come of a free artist. [read more]

I wanted people to associate those words—to see an independent artist’s independence.”
Bennett wasn’t the only artist figuring out how to ride the waves of the new musical economy, of course, but few have met the project with so much energy. Mixtapes, albums, whatever: The impression one gets of Chance isn’t just of a musician but a mission, a young man of faith documenting his passage into adulthood through a bright mix of hip-hop, gospel, and jazz, mixing exuberant spirituality with a grounded realness that makes him easy to cheer on.
Born in April 1993, Bennett grew up on the South Side of Chicago.

His father was an aide to Barack Obama, while his mother worked for the Illinois Attorney General—a civic-mindedness Bennett carried into his own community and philanthropic work. His first mixtape, 10 Day, was recorded during a 10-day suspension from prep school for marijuana possession; his second, Acid Rap, dealt in part with postgrad self-exploration through LSD, conceits handled with a good-natured earnestness that made Bennett instantly relatable.

After a star turn on Kanye West’s 2016 album The Life of Pablo, Bennett released Coloring Book, which went on to become the first streaming-only album to reach the Billboard 200 and, subsequently, to win a Grammy. (“He said let’s do a good-ass job with Chance three/I hear you gotta sell it to snatch the Grammy,” Bennett rapped on Pablo’s “Ultralight Beam.” “Let’s make it so free and the bars so hard that there ain’t one gosh-darn part you can’t tweet.”)
Chance’s first studio album, The Big Day, came out in mid-2019.

His activism has included the co-creation of a nonprofit designed to create programs for Chicago youth, participating in campaigns to combat the city’s gun violence, and speaking out in general in advocacy of government intervention and support in the lives of young black men. In early 2017, he donated $1,000,000 to Chicago Public Schools; later the same year, he donated another $2.2 million through nonprofit fundraising. In between, he got a public thanks at the city’s annual Bud Billiken Parade from Barack Obama, a fan.[/read]