Chance The Rapper Previews Remix to Drake's 'Grammys' After His Three Wins

Chance The Rapper attends The 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles.
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Chance The Rapper attends The 59th Grammy Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 12, 2017 in Los Angeles. 

On Sunday (Feb. 12), Chance the Rapper solidified his standing in music when he walked away with three Grammys including the prestigious best new artist award. In honor of his latest feat, he previewed a snippet of his remix to Drake's "Grammys" at an afterparty.

In a video provided by YesJulz, an exuberant Chance is rapping his freestyle over Drake and Future's 2016 collaboration. Earlier in the night, Drake congratulated Chance from Manchester on his momentous win. "Congrats Boi! Well deserved. I am in Manchester having a drink for you broski. More, more, more," he wrote via text message (in all caps, of course).

Along with the best new artist honor, Chance took home the hardware for best rap performance for his 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne collaboration, "No Problem," as well as best rap album for his Coloring Book project -- the first streaming-only album to ever win a Grammy.

Whether Chance will release the full version of his "Grammys" remix is unclear, but considering the amount of musicians and celebrities who celebrated Chance's big wins, he'd likely please many people if he did so.

Take a listen to his "Grammys" remix snippet below.

2017 Grammys


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