Download: Chance The Rapper's Coloring Book mixtapeThe discography of Chance the Rapper , an American rapper and singer, consists of one studio album , five mixtapes and 24 singles including 12 singles as a featured artist. Chance the Rapper released his debut mixtape, 10 Day on April 3, The mixtape was followed up by Acid Rap , which was released a year later to universal acclaim from music critics. The mixtape peaked at number eight on the Billboard chart and was supported by the singles, " Angels " and " No Problem ", the latter single peaked at number 43 on the US Billboard Hot chart. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Chance the Rapper discography Chance the Rapper performing in
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But Coloring Book marks a change for Chance, a decision seemingly made with one eye on the Grammys. Coloring Book is currently unavailable at retail, and an Apple rep confirmed it will remain an Apple Music exclusive for two weeks, meaning any reported streams from Apple Music would contribute to a potential debut on the Billboard Initially, however, the Apple Music streaming exclusive wasn't actually exclusive at all. Quietly, Coloring Book also appeared on mixtape site Datpiff shortly after midnight May 13, where it was available for streaming and as a free download; it was subsequently removed from Datpiff before noon. Fans without Apple Music could get the project for free in those first 11 hours, which could cut into the project's first-week chart position. Datpiff does not report its numbers to Nielsen Music; to date, the biggest mixtape release on the site is Meek Mill 's Dreamchasers 2 , with 2. Apple Music did not respond to requests for comment on the takedown.
Contact General Enquiries: crack crackmagazine. Information Jobs Advertising Terms of service. Chance The Rapper — No Problem ft. While TLOP failed to sustain itself as a gospel hip-hop album, Kanye redeemed himself by passing the torch to Chance, allowing him to create an excellent project staged upon the same theme. By campaigning for Coloring Book to be considered eligible for the Recording Academy and a Grammy nomination, Chance The Rapper has stirred a public debate about how free-to-download mixtapes play a critical role in hip-hop. Aside from Chance bragging about his artistic independence, Coloring Book celebrates his personal triumphs.
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The DJBooth writing squad knows there's a long list of shit that drives me insane. Overuse of the word "literally" for example, or larger sites that steal our headlines without credit. But chief among topics guaranteed to set me off is referring to a project as a "mixtape," clinging to outdated notions of what makes music "free" and the GRAMMYs continued inability to actually honor the music that deserves honoring. And then setting aside the actual music, which is really the only thing that should matter, referring to Coloring Book as a mixtape because it's "free" is as absurdly outdated as referring to a car as a "horseless carriage. So yes, there's still a semantic distinction between "free" and "for purchase" that exists, although when you're streaming you're not actually "purchasing" anything. As much as I'd like to say this is mere semantics, using terms like "mixtape" and "free" have real-world consequences. Plenty of people, from average fans to the awards committees, are still wrongly handcuffed to equating those terms to quality and importance, and so we end up with absurd situations like the GRAMMYs coming out today and confirming that Coloring Book would not be eligible for any awards because "streaming-only" releases don't qualify although we're considering changing those rules.