Over a year after it was first teased by Chance The Rapper, we finally get the Chano and Future collab "My Peak," which also features King Louie.

The DJ Esco-produced track has been in the back of fans' minds since Chance played a short snippet of it in 2017. Low-quality leaks followed, but we finally have the whole thing after Future released the song on his YouTube page on Monday (May 7). Possibly left off Esco's Kolorblind album, the song features a trap soundtrack with low bass and rolling hi-hats.

Future only handles the chorus on the track. "Head full of smoke, body full of ink/I don't measure it no more, I pour it 'til it's pink," he rhymes. "As I'm lifting up the doors, droppin' ashes on the seats, whoa/I ain't barely reach my peak, no."

Chano raps with an exaggerated voice inflection about reaching new heights. "I'ma make donations till there's reparations (alright alright)/Been dancing round the town like I was Kevin Bacon (alright alright)," he raps. "I be doing shit they only think about/I might throw a milli in the Chase account/Nothing come for free, nothing come for free/You might be the feds, you don't fuck with me."

Chicago's King Louie, who has been quiet for a minute with record label issues, brings up the rear with a satisfying verse.

Listen to Future, Chance The Rapper and King Louie's new "My Peak" track below.

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