By Dana Getz
July 20, 2016 at 06:04 PM EDT
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As Chance the Rapper ascends the music industry’s upper ranks, so does his vulnerability to song leaks: A track from the Chicago emcee hit the web early Wednesday, prompting Chance to address its release via Twitter.

“I didn’t release a new song, one of my songs were leaked,” he wrote. “Idk how to explain to you how that feels, but I doesn’t feel good.”

He didn’t reveal when the song was recorded, though it’s likely a cut from his critically acclaimed Coloring Book. The May LP was put out on Apple Music and has since become the first streaming-exclusive album to hit the Billboard 200 chart.

The previously unheard entry features Big Sean, Jeremih, and Smino. Its “Living Single” title is reportedly a reference to Queen Latifah’s ’90s sitcom of the same name and draws upon the era with vintage R&B production.