Chance the Rapper Debuts Untitled Track on 'Colbert'

Joanna Estrada
September 26, 2017

Chance The Rapper has just debuted a new song on The Late Show, with help from fellow RnB artist Daniel Caesar.

During their chat, Chance told Colbert he originally meant to perform "Good Ass Kid", an unreleased track that didn't make Coloring Book, but got a call on Saturday that he couldn't do the song, so he wrote something else in a matter of days. He told Colbert that they were going to perform a previously unreleased track "Grown Ass Kid" but due to technical issues he never clarified, they had to scratch the song. Along with Ceasar on the vocals, Chance also harmonized on the hook. Chance is nominated for five awards this year.

Watch Chance the Rapper perform his new song below. Chance premiered the Coloring Book track "Angels" with Saba on the show, weeks before the project's release.

He's been in the studio "cooking up yammers - they're honestly great", so instead of something old, he offers something fresh, channelling his early, open-mic days.

Chance said he was planning to perform an outtake from his "Coloring Book" project, which dropped in May 2016, but decided against it for "reasons I don't really want to talk about".

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