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Chance The Rapper – Yah Know Featuring King Promise (Official Music Video)

Legendary American recording artist, Chance The Rapper is out again with another interesting sound he christened “Yah Know“.

On this new entry right here, the rapper called on Ghanaian award-winning singer, King Promise who assisted him.

The talented recording artist has been blessing fans with some nice tunes lately and here comes another new one Chance The Rapper Yah Know.

In addition, this new entry right here serves as the follow-up to the previously heard number which is still performing well.

Watch the video below.

Dex LvL and Peter CottonTale jointly produced YAH Know, Chance’s follow-up to The High & The Lows with Joey Bada$$, which was released five months prior. A suitable music video was made by Chance The Rapper to go along with the song.

This release heightens interest in his show in Ghana, dubbed “Black Star Line,” which is slated on January 6, 2023. On the show, Sarkodie, Asakaa Boys, Erykah Badu, T-Pain, and a host of other well-known musicians are scheduled to perform.

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For a while, Chance The Rapper has promised a new album called 2000, which was evidently delayed for sample-clearance issues. Chance’s next project is now called Star Line Gallery, and it’s not clear whether it’s the same project as 2000 or something else entirely. For a while, Chance has just been releasing new songs a track or two at a time. We last heard from Chance in June, when he got together with Joey Bada$$ to release the single “The Highs & The Lows.”


“YAH Know” is pretty much exactly the kind of thing that Chance The Rapper should be doing right now, at least in my opinion. The song mostly avoids the corner sides of the whole Chance presentation, but it’s still the kind of song that only Chance could or would’ve made. The song rides a fast, choppy Chicago house/juke beat, and it also chops up the gospel. Chance raps intricately written lines very, very quickly, and he gets into matters of Black pride and history without being preachy. I don’t know why the song needed to be six minutes long, but it’s good.

In Chance’s recent singles, he’s been spotlighting the work of Black artists. The “YAH Know” cover art comes from Mía Lee, who unveiled the cover art at MOCA in Los Angeles and stars with Chance in the “YAH Know” video, which Chance directed himself. It’s an excellent video with a whole lot of amazing footwork.

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