The 25-year-old rapper had worked with the 41-year-old star on his eighth studio LP 'Ye', but he admitted he was disappointed to find out the material they worked on together didn't make it onto the final record after the 'Bound 2' star scrapped the material and went in a different direction.
Opening up on the 'Joe Budden Podcast', he said: ''Ye invited me out and I brought my family and we worked on some on tracks. None of the verses that I wrote or anything that had influence on was on the album.
''I think like you have to understand my perspective of the music is how it affects me and how it affected me or the artist affected me before.
''So I have a weird understanding of 'Ye' because I stayed there for two weeks and then when I left, nothing that I had put forth for the album -- I didn't have any verses for me rapping myself, but stuff that I helped working with 'Ye on, verses and stuff weren't on there. It was different verses that he spit.''
Meanwhile, Chance revealed that he and Kanye - whose latest record dropped in June with a follow-up 'Yandhi' coming next month - are yet to start work on their collaborative album 'Good A** Job'.
She explained: ''The project is something I've been wanting to do for a very long time. I don't think it's Kanye's thing, he's about to drop 'Yandhi'.
''There's no doing it, the project hasn't started yet. I'm a huge Kanye West fan. In my mind, basically since 'The Life of Pablo', I've been begging him to come back to Chicago to work on a project with me.''
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