Chance the Rapper's 'Acid Rap' and '10 Day' Mixtapes Come to Streaming Services

Plus, his forthcoming "debut album" is now available for pre-order
Chance the Rapper's 'Acid Rap' and '10 Day' Mixtapes Come to Streaming Services
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As Chance the Rapper gears up to release his "debut album" in July, he has now made his full back catalogue available on streaming services.

Chance's first two mixtapes, 2012's 10 Day and 2013's Acid Rap, have now joined Chance's third mixtape, 2016's Coloring Book, on all major streaming services, including Apple Music and Spotify.

Additionally, all three mixtapes are now coming to vinyl for the first time, with pre-orders now available on Chance's website.

Pre-orders are also now available for Chance's forthcoming new album on CD and digital download. Fans can also purchase early access to tickets for Chance's as-yet-unannounced upcoming world tour.

This comes following an uptick in activity from the artist, who recently dropped new track "GRoCERIES," which is set to appear on the new album, and guested on YBN Cordae's track "Bad Idea" and Ed Sheeran's track "Cross Me" with PNB Rock

Upon releasing "GRoCERIES," Chance said that "the whole album has been inspired by the day that I got married and how I was dancing that day," referring to his wedding last March.