Despite the big announcement last month, Chance The Rapper admits he is unsure about his album collaboration with Kanye West.
During an appearance on “The Joe Budden Podcast,” the 25-year-old rapper revealed that he’s not sure if “Good Ass Job,” will ever even come out.
“I had talked to Ye when I was in Wyoming about making this project happen. He was like, ‘Yeah, we’ll do a project together,’” he said. “He came to Chicago and on like his third day he told me — way before he made the announcement, like weeks before — he was like, ‘I’m never leaving.’ And before that, he hadn’t really posted a lot of s–t about him being in Chicago, so it was very secret.”
However, since making the album announcement in Chicago last month, Chance admits that he has no idea if Kanye has any intentions of actually working on the album.
“As the attention started to grow around it, it kind of made me realize that ‘Good Ass Job’ was more of a later thing, that he’s still working on himself and on ‘Yandhi’ and s–t like that,” he admitted.
Chance went on to admit that he is only a fan of West’ older albums.
“Did you guys listen to [West’s 2004 debut] ‘The College Dropout’? Did y’all listen to [2005’s]‘Late Registration’? … That’s where it ends for me.”
When pressed about “Ye,” which he helped with despite none of his work making it onto the final record, he said,
“Did I like ‘Ye’? I did. A little bit.”
When asked if “Good Ass Job” will be worth the wait, Chance replied,
“I don’t know.”
Looks like Kanye is confusing everybody!
Watch the full interview below.