#Chance3 Eve is upon us. In less than twelve hours, Chance the Rapper will release his long-awaited third mix-album. Chano’s collab with Jamila Woods and Donnie Trumpet, “Blessings,” has helped to stave off the long wait; but it’s merely an appetizer of what’s to come, according to the Chicago emcee himself.

Now, thanks to Zane Lowe, listeners are getting another taste of #Chance3 in advance of the album’s release later tonight. Lowe premiered a brand-new cut from Chance on BBC Beats 1 Radio earlier today, entitled “No Problem” and featuring the ColleGrove cohort of 2Chainz and Lil’ Wayne.

Featuring an uncredited female vocalist to kick things off, “No Problem” may not feature Lil’ Scrappy, but the song certainly draws cues from the crunk classic of the same name. It’s a turn-up track, one on which Chancellor Bennett is clearly having fun and inviting everyone else to join him in doing so. And while 2Chainz, much less Tunechi himself, may seem like the unlikeliest of collaborators with SoX, the two actually play damn good complements to Chano. 2Chainz picks things up in the second verse and Lil’ Wayne closes things out with a slowed-down flow that keeps the upbeat vibe going. Lowe himself seemed to agree – he liked the track so much, that he ran back “No Problem” on rotation five consecutive times.

Stream Chance The Rapper’s “No Problem” cut, featuring Lil’ Wayne and 2Chainz, for yourself down below. Chano’s #Chance3 album is slated to touch down May 13th.