Death Cab For Cutie, Chance The Rapper

Death Cab For Cutie vocalist surprises fans on Chance The Rapper track

This takes emo rap to a whole new level.

July 26, 2019
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Chance the Rapper‘s debut studio album, The Big Day, was released today and features some pretty incredible and surprising features. One of those features includes Death Cab For Cutie vocalist Ben Gibbard, hitting fans hard in the nostalgia.

Check out the track below!

The 22-track album was released today, marking Chance’s first solo project since Coloring Book in 2016.

The album has a number of exciting and unusual features, but it’s track two that had fans reliving the nostalgia of the 2000s.

The track, titled “Do You Remember” features the Death Cab For Cutie vocalist and sent fans into an absolute frenzy.

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The band took to Twitter to reveal how the collab came to be.

It all started with a, well, chance encounter three years ago backstage at Bonnaroo. Turns out that we and @chancetherapper had a bit of a mutual admiration society going on, and we had a very fun hang in our dressing room, in which he revealed a straight-up impressive familiarity with some pretty deep Death Cab catalog cuts, and during which the possibility of a collaboration was briefly mentioned.

Fast forward to 2019, and we were truly surprised and honored when Chance got back in touch and asked us to be part of a song called “Do You Remember”, which appears on his debut record, THE BIG DAY, which is out worldwide as of right now. We couldn’t be more thrilled. Thank you, Chance, and congratulations on your big day! (photos by Rachel Demy)”

You can listen to “Do You Remember” below.

What do you think of the collab between Chance and DCFC? Sound off in the comments below!

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

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