Chance The Rapper to Debut New Material on 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert'

The Chicago superstar and his Social Experiment crew reportedly have a song with Colbert as well.

Chance The Rapper is never one to do things on a small scale and tonight the SURF-rapper will continue one of the longest winning streaks in recent memory as he appears alongside his Social Experiment crew on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.

As if a performance on the popular late night program weren’t enough, Chano has been rumored to be working on bars with Colbert himself, which the host confirmed via a tweet over the weekend.

Later confirmed via an interview with Hot 97’s Ebro and Laura Stylez, this news sets the stage for a memorable live collaboration that would fall in line with the SoX team’s penchant for taking things up a notch. In fact, a performance on The Late Show will serve as the cap to Chance and his squad’s time in New York City, which was highlighted by a critically-acclaimed performance at Terminal 5 for the NYC stop on their “Family Matters" tour with Towkio, D.R.A.M. and Metro Boomin that had none other than Jay Z, Beyonce and Usher in attendance, among others. 

The news of a Chance and Colbert collabo follows the recently-released "All My Friends" with Snakehips and Tinashe, which followed his own "Family Matters" visual. Chance has been ramping up the content for sure. 

It’s been three years since Acid Rap dropped and at long last, it seems like a new collection of solo material might be on the horizon. For now, though, we’ll have to see what he has up his sleeve for the late-night crowd.