Chance the Rapper debuts new song on 'Colbert' with Daniel Caeser
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Chance the Rapper stopped by “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” to release a gorgeous new song, with a little help from Daniel Caesar.

Sporting all black, a pair of high-top sneakers and his signature hat, the Chicago native delivered heartfelt rhymes about missing the days before fame hit. 

“I really need a break / Can really use a nap / My daughter barely recognizes me when I lose the hat / You go so far you hit a point where you can’t Uber back / The other day I told a humming bird he’s too relaxed / I did my worse, I did the work I had to skip the label / They go to church, they want to flick, I wanna flip the table,” he rapped.

The gifted lyricists also sat down with Colbert himself, and they talked about their opening number at the 2017 Emmy Awards, some people’s interest in him running for Mayor of Chicago and the new music he has coming out.

Chance said that he's been in heavy recording mode as of late and has been “cooking up some yammers,” which is bound to have his fans jumping for joy. The 24-year-old also stated that he was originally supposed to perform “Grown A-- Kid" on "The Late Show," an unreleased cut from his Coloring Book album but couldn’t. So instead, he went with one of the new songs. You can see that discussion here.

Clearly, if this cut is any indication of Chance’s musical direction on his next project, everyone could all be in for a wonderful treat to say the least.

You can check out Chano's "Late Show" performance above and also see him perform on Sept.26 and Sept. 27 at Forest Hills Stadium in Queens, NY. You can grab tickets right here.