Watch Chance The Rapper’s New “Same Drugs” Video

Only a select few of the projects released in 2016 still have a beating pulse here in the second month of 2017, and Chance The Rapper’s indelible mixtape, Coloring Book, is one of them. His bouncy collection of unifying gospel-rap ballads, R&B jams and focused collaborations is rightfully up for several Grammy awards this month, and has been performed continuously since its May 2016 release, both in music videos and on live performances.

That continues today, as Chance premiered the video for “Same Drugs,” a choir-driven track about an unfortunate change in relationship dynamics that plays like an interlude on the tape, on Facebook Live. In the video, Chance is joined by the same life-sized puppet Muppet-esque character that joined him on his Magnificent World Tour, as he sits behind the piano and does the rap and the track for this one.

Watch “Same Drugs” above.

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