Three years to the day after he released his second mixtape "Acid Rap," Chicago's Chance the Rapper teased the release of new music on Saturday.
The Chatham native shared a picture of his upcoming album's cover art on several social media platforms, with a link to his website where fans can purchase posters of the album cover in packs of 10 for $20.
The rapper also posted about an upcoming appearance on"'The Tonight Show,"sharing a photo of Jimmy Fallon doing a Justin Bieber impression, with the caption "Hey Jimmy Fallon, see you thurs."
Three weeks ago, Chance the Rapper debuted a music video for his most recent single "Angels," which shows him riding on top of a CTA train in Chicago.
Many have speculated about when Chance the Rapper, who remains unsigned to a music label, would release new music, particularly after a guest verse on Kanye West's album "The Life of Pablo." In the song "Ultra Light Beam," Chance the Rapper referenced "Chance 3" and even performed with West on "Saturday Night Live" in February.
That performance was his second time on "SNL," after he was reportedly the first independent artist to ever perform on the show in December 2015, according to The Chicago Tribune.