Chance the Rapper Tells Record Labels to Fall Back on ‘No Problem’ Featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz
The new song debuted on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show today, a few hours ahead the release of Chance's highly anticipated mixtape, Chance 3.
"No Problem" takes on a different tone from the gracious vibes in "Blessings." Instead Chance is gloating about his success while remaining independent and threatening any labels who try to get in the way of his shine. "If one more label try to stop me / It's gon' be some dreadhead n----- in ya lobby / You don't want no problems, want no problems with me, bih!" he raps.
The ColleGrove collaborators also bring plenty of punchlines as well as Weezy boasts that his deposits "be on steroids" and 2 Chainz tells listeners to "Petey Pablo, take your shirt off / Wave 'round your head like a helicopter."
All in all, "No Problem" is a banger that has rap fans counting down to the release of Chance's mixtape. While tweeters have described it with many flame emojis others say Chance is reinvigorating hip-hop.
"Everyone yelling out 'you don't want no problem with me' [Chance the Rapper] singlehandedly changing the rap game," read one tweet.
Chance 3 is slated to drop tonight (May 12). In the meantime, check out Chance's latest single below.