Chance the Rapper joined Kendrick Lamar on stage during his performance at Chicago's United Center on Thursday. 

Chance the Rapper joined Kendrick Lamar on stage during his performance at Chicago's United Center on Thursday. 

Tom Shackleford

Kendrick Lamar was in Chicago on Thursday night, performing at the United Center as part of his DAMN. summer tour. To celebrate the occasion, Kendrick surprised fans by welcoming out Chicago’s favorite son at the moment, Chance The Rapper. Together the two performed a cover of Chance’s “No Problem,” off his 2016 Grammy-winning Coloring Book mixtape. The two also performed on stage together back in 2015 at Bonnaroo when they joined Earth Wind & Fire's late night set. 

The latest stop on Kendrick’s DAMN. Tour in support of his new LP by the same name, once again included a pop-up shop to go along with his one-night stay in Chicago. Lamar announced earlier this month that he and the TDE crew would be setting up surprise pop-up clothing stores at a location T.B.A. in each city he performs in throughout his summer tour.

Lamar’s current North American run will last until Sept. 2, when it wraps up at Miami’s American Airlines Arena. Chance The Rapper finished up his own huge North American tour back in June, and will be heading over to Europe for some festival appearances before returning for a pair of headlining concerts at New York’s Forest Hills Stadium on Sept. 26 and 27.  

Tickets are still available to select shows on Kendrick’s DAMN. Tour, and can be purchased by clicking here.