Chance the Rapper & Social Experiment - I Am Very, Very Lonely

Posted 2 years ago
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It’s hard to believe, but it’s been exactly one year since Chance the Rapper dropped Acid Rap, a project that almost immediately vaulted him into hip-hop’s stratosphere. While the world will just have to continue to wait for a new album, Chance did decide to celebrate Acid Rap‘s anniversary by unveiling the atmospheric and vibed out I Am Very, Very Lonely, backed by his new band, Social Experiment. Here’s to another 365 days full of Chano.

UPDATE: We’ve added the new visuals for I Am Very, Very Lonely.

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