Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Listen to Chance The Rapper's new track "Big B's" with Young Thug

Listen to Chance The Rapper's new track

Take a listen to it below, and lets hope for more positive Chance x SoundCloud news in the near future.

SoundCloud also told FACT that they will "continue to be confident the changes made last week put [them] on [their] path to profitability and ensure SoundCloud's long-term viability".

SoundCloud, the world's biggest music-streaming service, is still struggling to find a business model - it now has just enough cash to last until fourth quarter, after laying off 40 percent of its staff, a representative said on Thursday.

It seems that through the power of the Twitter feedback and whatever backroom deals Chance and SoundCloud had, the website is now here to stay. "Not in 50 days, not in 80 days or anytime in the foreseeable future".

Now, in its most recent attempt to make a comeback, Soundcloud has released a trailer for a six-part documentary series which will highlight growing music scenes throughout the world, including in London, Rio, Toronto, New York City, Berlin and Los Angeles.

After telling fans that he was "working on the SoundCloud thing", Chance, 24, tweeted, "Just had a very fruitful call with [SoundCloud cofounder] Alex Ljung".

Ljung's post comes after a hard period for SoundCloud. "Your music is safe", he wrote.

This was followed by tweets from SoundCloud themselves saying, "*airhorn* Spread the word: "your music isn't going anywhere.

"Thank you for the outpouring of love and support".

But if it results in a new song from Chance - who's remained committed to giving away his music for free despite his Grammy wins and chart-topping success - who's complaining?

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