New LP: Chance The Rapper & The Social Experiment ‘Surf’


Surfs Up.

Chance The Rapper and his band The Social Experiment surprised their fans today by digitally releasing their new album on iTunes for Free99. Guest features include Busta Rhymes, B.o.B., J.Cole, Big Sean, Erykah Badu and more. Stream below and get it here.

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  • Kris Kompute

    Perfect album for white boys who are infatuated with black culture.

    • Brian B.Dot™ Miller


      • 319Electorate

        B.Dot……..c’mon bruh. To worried about your gd street status, or how hard you are to enjoy an artist that delivers original, vibey shit. Frontin’.

        • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

          all that from a “LOL”? Seeesh!

  • No Hate

    His music 2 soft for me ….

    • Iamstillmusic

      I bet you listen to Drake

  • Yak

    I like Chance but this is weak

    • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

      never was a fan.

      • Smit34

        u dont like chance

        • Brian B.Dot™ Miller

          Nah. Acid Rap was overrated to me. His flow and rhymes are too discordant to me.

          • Smit34

            I feel u .. When he rap normal he be nice but u right he do go way offf

          • anyway to acknowledge that this is Donnie Trumpet & SoX LP, and not Chance & SoX???

    • F*ck Drake

      It’s very different in its sound which throws a lot of people off but I thought it had a good production of songs. Very alternative Hip-Hop/R&B sound. May not be everyone’s cup of tea I guess

    • maria7547

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  • Leon Sandcastle

    Which song has the cole feature?


      Deez Nutz

      • Brian B.THOT Miller

        I don’t see a song called these nuts. Is that a bonus song? If so what song does it follow? Thank you in advance.
        Brian B.THOT Miller

    • Chronic

      The 2nd or 3rd song, but it was like a 20 second verse

  • Donn

    It’s not a bad project but it sounds like an experimental album and it’s less focused and precise on songwriting. Which is probably what their going for. Indie music these days lacks the direction of concise penmenship not to say there’s anything wrong with that but it’s less appealing to the average ear. Depending on what ur looking for from the industry stuff like this is cool. Just wish there was more Juice, Coco Butter Kisses and Everybody’s Somebody type songs. But Sunday Candy is my ideal of great songwriting. Most of this stuff is like going to an Open Mic night in Brooklyn

    • I hated on Chance when he dropped Acid Rap, but after taking in Towkio’s album, my ears opened to their sound. It’s super fresh. It’s like Beach Boys meets Gospel/Jazz meets Underground Hip Hop. I don’t think anyone’s been able to pull of anything this good. And you’re right a lot of people in the underground are trying to pull this style off but what stops them is having an actual band. Niggas are content to make trap beats in fruity loops all day, and nothing wrong with that, but it’s easily duplicated. What I like about this is that the bar from a production stand point is set so high, niggas who don’t have any white friends that play the trumpet or guitar can’t bite this shit. I see it as an extension of what Kanye would be making after Graduation had he not went post trap rock star.

  • el jim chapo guzman

    SOFT ass niggas can’t get a minute of my time.

    • VaAllDay

      Got enough of your time for you to come to the page and make a comment you trolls ass loser….

      And if you think this doesn’t qualify as good hip-hop you are stupider than all of us thought you were.

      • el jim chapo guzman

        Shut up that nigga ass.

        • VaAllDay

          Maybe you should spend more time learning our language and grammar instead of on rap radar….lame.

          • el jim chapo guzman


  • Iamstillmusic

    This was a very innovative project to me especially when it came to production. The sound was refreshing and subject matter diverse. I don’t think its too soft considering the fact most of you listen to Drake who constantly whines about falling in love with strippers. This also isn’t weak considering most of you listen to loud trap beats with no substance. Give this project a chance.

  • Mikky Waters

    Just cuz it ain’t ur “get bitches, get money n turn up” shit ppl wanna use there thumbs to make useless words.. I phucks with it something to relax to, chill to, and not ur average B.S u hear from every other rapper that’s out there. A artist actually uses music to grow and express their message n a different way n coon come st8 out the field to hate… u can’t even hate half of the songs on here is better than half the songs that they replay on the radio.. Good to know there’s an artist out there keeping the idea of music alive to grow n expand with ur craft not redo the same thing the next guy doing.. ( 1 guy where a hat all u muva phucka got in a hat)… I phucks with this n it would be on heavy blast n car 4 the summer

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  • Chronic

    Don’t like it as much as I did acid rap, but still like it a lot. Dude has his lane for sure. But like another guy said, this technically isn’t a Chance rap project, just something he was a small part of

  • amazing verse from cole

  • just read the comments…

    you all praised TPAB but hated on this. sonically these 2 projects sound the same; weird, uncoordinated, psychadelic, and like garbage (to ME).

    maybe the messages are different but u cant say they didnt take the same route.