Kanye West Announces New Chance The Rapper Collaboration Album, 'Good Ass Job'

Also states he’s moving back to Chicago.

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After multiple reports confirming Kanye West and Chance The Rapper are working on a collaborative album have surfaced, West himself has just revealed the title of the forthcoming project. Dubbed Good Ass Job, West announced the new project in front of the Chicago audience at Chance’s Open Mike event. Along with this news, West went on to state he’s moving back to the city for good.

This news comes a few days after Chance The Rapper posted a pink backdrop with the text “Good Ass Job” on his Instagram account. Other than that, no other news regarding the collaborative album has surfaced, but keep it locked here for more details. Watch the clips below.

In related news, audio engineer Adam Wolpert has just confirmed Kanye West is working on a YEEZUS followup.

 

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