Chance the Rapper Has a Remix to Drake’s “Grammys”
"White Sox on the black fitted, white folks hit the club now"
This is all kinds of “fitting.” Chance The Rapper made his long-awaited, expectedly majestic crash-landing into the international mainstream conscience last night when he took home his first three Grammy awards, and played a Coloring Book medley with Kirk Franklin and Tamela Mann. To commemorate his historic night, the Chicago artist has remixed Drake’s “Grammy’s” track, which, ironically, appears on Views, the album Chance’s Coloring Book upset last night for the coveted Best Rap Album trophy.
In the video clip below, you can hear a snippet of the song, which was probably debuted at Chance’s extravagant Chateau Marmont post-Grammys party. “White Sox on the black fitted, white folks hit the club now,” raps Chance on the remix, as real-life Chance animatedly dances along to his forthcoming banger. It hasn’t yet been confirmed whether or not Chance will be the only artist on the remix, but he likely has Drake’s blessing regardless. Last night, Chance took to Instagram to flaunt a congratulatory text from Drake, who was in Manchester toasting the “No Problems” rapper’s victory.
It’s worth noting that the original chorus to the song, rapped by Future, is “They gon’ think I won a Grammy.” It’ll be fun to see how Chance flips that.