Following a week that started with a pneumonia scare, Chance the Rapper has given his fans new music to dive into this Friday. The rapper released “Coloring Book”, which is his latest and highly anticipated mixtape, and it can now be streamed or downloaded.

“Coloring Book” dropped exclusively for streaming on Apple Music Friday morning. If you don’t have a subscription to the music service, you have a few options if you’re looking to listen to the new mixtape. Apple Music offers a free three month trial of the service when you originally sign up. After the three months are up, you will start to be charged $9.99 a month to keep your subscription.

HotNewHipHop reports the mixtape has also been made available for download for those that don’t have Apple Music. You can see where to download it here.

Chance the Rapper teased his latest mixtape on Twitter throughout the week. “Coloring Book” features 14 songs and features several different artists. The rapper gets some help from Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Lil Wayne, Justin Bieber, Future, T- Pain and many more. Below you can see the “Coloring Book” track list and cover art:

  1. “All We Got” featuring Kanye West and Chicago Children's Choir
  2. “No Problem” featuring Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz
  3. “Summer Friends” featuring Jeremih and Francis & The Lights
  4. “D.R.A.M. Sings Special”
  5. “Blessings”
  6. “Same Drugs”
  7. “Mixtape” featuring Young Thug and Lil Yachty
  8. “Angels” featuring Saba
  9. “Juke Jam” featuring Justin Bieber and Towkio
  10. “All Night” featuring Knox Fortune
  11. “How Great” featuring Jay Electronica and My Cousin Nicole
  12. “Smoke Break” featuring Future
  13. “Finish Line / Drown” featuring T-Pain, Kirk Franklin, Eryn Allen Kane and Noname
  14. “Blessings”

“Coloring Book” is the rapper’s third mixtape, which follows 2013’s “Acid Rap” and 2012’s “10 Day.” He began teasing new music from the mixtape in October 2015 when he premiered “Angles” on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” He also performed on “Saturday Night Live” in December where he dropped “Somewhere in Paradise.”

After making “Coloring Book” an Apple Music exclusive, Chance the Rapper has joined other major artists in hip hop to have exclusive releases this year. Kanye West released his new album “The Life of Pablo” exclusively on Tidal in February before making it available everywhere in March. Beyoncé has made her recent release “Lemonade” a Tidal exclusive for streaming, but it can also be purchased on iTunes. Drake also made “Views” an Apple Music exclusive for two weeks, before it joined other streaming services on Friday. Will Chance follow in Drake’s footsteps or will the mixtape remain solely on Apple Music?

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