Last last month, Chance The Rapper teased some details regarding a new album, but we were all left a bit confused.

The biggest question was how much of a Chance album was it? This is what he had to say to Billboard:

"The band has been backing me on a lot of the shows, so when you go to a Chance the Rapper show it's billed as a Chance the Rapper show, and even though you bought a ticket for a Chance the Rapper show, you end up going to a Social Experiment concert, you know?"

The new album, Surf, is credited to Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiment - which features Chance, Donnie Trumpet (aka Nico Segal), Peter Cottontale, and Nate Fox. So it's not really a Chance the Rapper album, is it? Segal tried to clear it up in an interview with The Fader:

"We're working on all this music together, but this project in particular is a Donnie Trumpet project. My music, with their influence and ideas, plus us all coming up with crazy shit to do. But at the end of the day, it's my directing. This song specifically is a great representation of [The Social Experiment's] collaborative efforts. It's my curation, but then bringing it to the table with all these beautiful people and including them in their own way. Jamila sang on that hook, then I brought it to the collective. Peter added some great layers of texture and helped produce, Nate added a bunch of drums, tons of our friends from Chicago played instruments and added their ideas."

Caught up? Listen to 'Sunday Candy' below.

Discover: Listen to another Social Experiment track, No Better Blues.