Still reeling from the massive success of this year's wonderful Acid Rap, Chance The Rapper will be adding another tab on his young resume: voicing Bob Marley in the upcoming new season of Adult Swim's Black Dynamite.

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Chance revealed his role in the show.

He said, "That was actually the hardest I've laughed in so long. That shit was so goddamn funny."

"It's going to be funny watching this episode because I'm going to be able to remember every line I did, each take, and I'm gonna just laugh at each one they pick. 'Cause every little thing . . . gonna be all right. I can't wait until the voiceover people that are professionals hear this and laugh at me, like, 'Oh, this guy's such an amateur!''

The new season of Black Dynamite is set to debut either later this year or in early 2014.

Watch the video for Acid Rap cut 'Everybody's Something' below.

In other Chance news, the rapper has been discussing the notion of never signing with a label with the good folks over at Rolling Stone.

"The whole point of Acid Rap was just to ask people a question: does the music business side of this dictate what type of project this is? If it's all original music and it's got this much emotion around it and it connects this way with this many people, is it a mixtape? What's an album these days, anyways? 'Cause I didn't sell it, does that mean it's not an official release? So I might not ever drop a for-sale project. Maybe I'll just make my money touring?"