Chance The Rapper & Daniel Caesar Perform New Song on 'Stephen Colbert'

A match made in heaven.

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Chance the Rapper stopped by The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to perform a brand new song with Toronto singer-songwriter Daniel Caesar. The unreleased track, which is currently untitled, finds Chance rapping introspectively over Caesar’s melancholic guitar playing. The song eventually builds up with the assistance of a three-piece choir, an electric organist, bassist, a drummer and Donnie’s signature trumpet accompaniment.

In addition to the performance, Chance sat down to speak with Colbert and revealed that the song was written in just days. “I’ve been wanting to do something fresh,” the Chicago rapper said. Originally, Chance was supposed to perform the Coloring Book outtake “Grown Ass Kid” on the show, but plans were changed due to undisclosed reasons.

Watch the performance above and stay tuned for more from Chance the Rapper and Daniel Caesar.

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