Chance the Rapper and Jeremih to drop Christmas album

Merry Christmas, lil mamas.

Chance the Rapper and Jeremih, who recently recovered from COVID-19, will drop a holiday album on Friday, Dec. 11.

Called “Merry Christmas Lil Mama: The Gift That Keeps on Giving,” the collaboration will include popular songs from their 2016 and 2017 releases with the same name.

The 12-song project will feature two new songs, “The Return” and “Who’s to Say,” according to Variety.

“It’s FINALLY happening!!” Chance tweeted, announcing the project.

Jeremih has spent most of the last month in the hospital battling the coronavirus. The 33-year-old R&B artist was placed in the ICU and on a ventilator, and was just released last weekend. Chance, 27, was one of the many friends of Jeremih’s who had publicly prayed for him.

On Saturday, after Jeremih was released, he and Chance dropped a holiday song, “Are U Live.”

“To celebrate and express a moment of gratefulness for Jeremih’s recovery on December 4, Chance and Jeremih started to liven up the Holiday season with the release of their Christmas track ‘Are U Live’ from the album (which was recorded, and the video was filmed, in 2017),” the project’s announcement read. “The special collection of songs is a gift to the fans celebrating the Holidays and New Year and will be available for the first-time ever across all streaming platforms.”