Chance the Rapper on Friday announced he finally released his beloved mixtapes, 10DAY and Acid Rap, all streaming platforms. Previously, they were only available on SoundCloud.
“Proud to announce that #10DAY and #Acidrap will be joining Coloring Book on all streaming platforms this evening accompanied by exclusive vinyl and merch,” he tweeted.
Proud to announce that #10DAY & #Acidrap will be joining Coloring Book on all streaming platforms this evening accompanied by exclusive vinyl and merch and OH YEAH THE PRE-SALE FOR MY NEW ALBUM & TOUR ON https://t.co/hpfCtUy8Hq— Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) June 27, 2019
Thank you everyone who stayed with me for so long. pic.twitter.com/ZW4COBAB9c
Fans were ecstatic—especially the ones who have been around since before Chance became mainstream with an incredible Coachella performance and the critically acclaimed Coloring Book, which helped him land a Grammy for Best New Artist and Best Rap Album in 2017.
However, some people expressed disappointment that the fan-favorite track “Juice” was left out of the streaming edition of Acid Rap.
“When you realize Chance couldn’t clear ‘Juice’ on Acid Rap 2019,” one user tweeted with a GIF of a very upset Drake.
When your realize Chance couldn’t clear “Juice” on Acid Rap 2019 pic.twitter.com/EnCndArl4Z— Rocco 😪 (@SaySwayze_) June 28, 2019
Acid Rap doesn’t have Juice on it pic.twitter.com/qhsQcoUlM3— jai (@jaimeeaIIover) June 28, 2019
I downloaded Acid Rap on Apple Music just to listen to Juice… pic.twitter.com/G1GHXxbuH8— Trevor Norris (@trevor_norris0) June 28, 2019
Still, the album has re-entered the top 10 on the U.S. iTunes album charts, so at least some folks were happy with the release.
Chance also announced he is working on a new album, which is slated to be released in July. It will be his first full solo project since Coloring Book dropped in 2016 and is available for pre-sale on his website.