Chance the Rapper Admits His Dad Didn't Initially Approve of His Career Choice

Chance The Rapper
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Chance The Rapper performs onstage at the BET Hip Hop Awards 2019 at Cobb Energy Center on Oct. 5, 2019 in Atlanta. 

Chance the Rapper dropped by The Tonight Show on Monday (Nov. 16) for a chat, some playtime and a perform with G Herbo.

Seated in a big red couch at the CRC studio, the Chicago hip-hop star opened up on his journey, his origins as an artist (yes, he was once known as Chano), family, virtual concerts and more.

His dad, we learned, wasn't initially a fan of Chance's career choice. "In the beginning, he did not want me to be a rapper," he said with a laugh. That's all changed.

The three-time Grammy winner also joined in for something fun, a game of "Kid Raps." Chance and Jimmy Fallon put some life into lyrics, written by viewers' kids based on the lyrics to the hip-hop star's songs. There was "Juice," "Brain Cells" and more. For certain, there won't be any Grammys for these efforts, but they provided more than a few laughs.

Finally, Chance guested on a performance of G Herbo "PTSD," the title track from the U.S. rapper's third studio album.

Watch below.