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Chance the Rapper Premiering New Music Tonight on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert'
The Chicago MC premiered the Saba-featuring track "Angels" on the talk show in 2015.
Since Chance the Rapper's magnum opus Coloring Book caused tremors in 2016, new music from the Chicago rapper has been a bit sparse. On Monday night (Sept. 25) that will all change, as The Late Show With Stephen Colbert has announced Lil Chano From the 79th is premiering "never-before-heard music" during his appearance on the talk show.
If you recall, in 2015, Chance premiered the Coloring Book track "Angels" with Saba on Colbert, well before the mixtape's release.
In recent months, the Chicago star has tantalized fans with a slew of snippets, most notably his Future-assisted record, "My Peak." Over the ominous-sounding record, Chance lets off a round of thunderous bars: "My baby mama finna get her masters/ I just hit the office, that’s the FAFSA/ I don’t want to hear about no masters/ I just hit my pastor, it’s faster," he raps.
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert airs tonight at 11:35 p.m. EST.