There’s something about Chance The Rapper.

Ever since he released his critically acclaimed Acid Rap mixtape, rappers, singers, pop stars and models have wanted to collaborate with the Chicago-bred crooner.

Now that he’s prepping his debut LP, Chance has been able to choose from a multitude of artists – that admire his music – to work with.

According to a recent profile piece published by GQ, Chance has teamed up on tracks with J. Cole, Frank Ocean and Andre 3000.

“His subsequent guest appearances — nasally breathless, startlingly precocious — gained the attention of artists like Frank Ocean, J. Cole, and André 3000, all of whom will appear on his yet to be named debut LP.”

Each of the songs will reportedly appear on Chance’s untitled, upcoming album.

Chance is also gearing up for Surf, his joint album with The Social Experiment Band.

In an interview with Billboard last year, Chance mentioned that the collective was working with Rick Rubin, Cole, Ocean and Migos.

Each of the albums have yet to receive a release date.

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