Everybody's favorite do-gooder, Chance The Rapper, is adding yet another good deed to his list.

After a dropping a song called "Groceries" at midnight, Pitchfork reports that the artist announced that he's offering 10 participating fans the opportunity to win a year's supply of groceries.

The song, featuring Tisakorean and Murda Beatz, is the first single from his forthcoming album. Slated to drop in July, it seems the Chicago native is ready to heat things up more than a little bit.

In a recent post shared on his Twitter and Instagram accounts on Friday, Chance offered very short and simple rules for the contest. He asked his fans to make a dance video to his song using the hashtag #Groceries. He said that he's offering extra points if you record a video with friends or parents in a place generally not fit for dancing.

Out of all of the submissions, he will choose ten of his favorites to eat for free "through next summer."

The artist released aTik-Tok inspired video hours ahead of his generous offer, which appears to have foreshadowed the event.

The statement was well-received on both platforms and it seems that your feeds will be inundated with some dance moves quicker than you can block a troll.

Some questions remain to be answered. As some pointed out, Chance didn't indicate a deadline for the contest. Also, he wasn't clear if videos with multiple people will receive free groceries as a group or as individuals. 

Chance has yet to declare the official rules but it's safe to say that sooner than later is advised.

Get to dancing!