By Amanda Wicks
When Kanye West isn’t working on his collaborative album with Drake or his next album, the tentatively titled Turbo Grafx 16, it sounds like he’s making some strong headway on his other collaborative album with Chance the Rapper.
That project has to do with an idea West once mentioned after releasing his first three albums, The College Dropout, Late Registration and Graduation. Fans will likely remember (and Chance recounts) how West shared that after Graduation came the next phase of life aka getting a “good a– job.” But he never made that album. Chance said the idea has stuck with him all this time.
In a new interview he did today (September 21), Chance detailed how far they’ve gotten on Good A– Job. “It’s definitely far from done,” he said. “It’s something that gets brought up in conversation every once in a while. I know ‘Ye is working on something with Drake, which I haven’t heard any of the songs from yet, but I’m sure it’s going to be all I’m going to be listening to.”
Things may be “far from done,” but Chance did share, “We definitely have at least two songs I know would be on Good A– Job. But to be back in the bunker and be at the spot, and have that time to just sit and make stuff every day is my dream.”
What with everything West has on deck it could be some time before he gets around to completing Good A– Job, but if it blends old school Yeezy with Chance’s style then it’s bound to be fire.