Screenshot via NBC

Screenshot via NBC

Over the summer, Chance The Rapper sat down with NPR for a short interview filled with games where they “ask very cool people about very lame things.” They recently shared the full audio for everyone who may have missed the hilarious live broadcast the first time around.

During the short light-hearted conversation, Chance answers questions about his favorite rhyme he’s ever put together and exactly what his writing process is like. Giving into the comical vibe, he shares a long list of steps to writing a rap song—ending the explanation with: “And then, you know, you take off your socks and shoes, put a pencil between your toes and you start writing. And you’ve got a masterpiece.”

Before the fun interview comes to an end, Chance The Rapper is quizzed on a different kind of rap, saran wrap to be exact. And it seems like he’s knowledge in both the rap and wrap worlds.

Listen to the full interview below.