[Produced by Ludwig Göransson]
Göransson is signed as a composer to Jay Z’s Roc Nation and is most known for his work on American sitcoms Community, Happy Endings, and New Girl. He has also done work with the Indie-rock band Haim & rapper Childish Gambino.
http://instagram.com/p/NuEQKBHDmG/ The 1970’s style synths welcome you to the groovy and lovely track. It cuts off after Chance is done harmonizing to the piano loop. After awhile you can hear quick bursts of guitar strings, (possibly played by Ludwig), as well as some claps accompany it. When it goes towards the hook, you can here a church like choir come in to soothe the song. When the beat finally hits, you can hear an ensemble of drums tear through, (a decision Chance made himself). This rides until the end when the piano loop is the only thing left, with a few claps at the end. It ends on the notes very softly, ending the interlude.
Fun Fact: Chance wrote to the beat when it was just the piano loop.
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