Chance The Rapper’s ’10 Day’ and ‘Acid Rap’ mixtapes are now available on streaming services

Grant Brydon

5 months ago

By Grant Brydon

As Chance The Rapper prepares to release his debut album this month, the Chicago native has finally made his 2012 debut mixtape 10 Day and 2013 psychedelic breakthrough Acid Rap available on streaming services.

Both tapes are appearing on streaming services like Apple Music and Spotify for the first time after having initially been released to online mixtape platforms like DatPiff, SoundCloud and via his website .

The only song missing from the re-release is Acid Rap‘s ‘Juice’ which wasn’t able to be cleared due to a sample of Donny Hathaway cover of ‘Jealous Guy’, which was written by John Lennon for his 1971 album, Imagine.

To celebrate the streaming debut of 10 Day and Acid Rap, Beats 1‘s Nadeska Alexis visited Chance in Chicago to discuss the tapes, as well as Coloring Book for three hour long specials that you can listen back to now via Apple Music.

Press play on the tapes below, and prepare for Chance The Rapper‘s debut album while listening to them via your preferred streaming service.