Watch Chance The Rapper’s Show-Stopping SNL Performances
19 December 2016, 12:30 | Updated: 19 December 2016, 12:34
Chance closed out the year in style.
Chance The Rapper took over Saturday Night Live for three epic performances on the final episode of the year.
The Chicago rapper kicked things off with an amazing performance of ‘Finish Line’ from his Grammy-nominated mixtape Coloring Book.
Wearing his signature Chance 3 hat and overalls, he took everyone to church with the stunning gospel-inspired song backed by a choir and rapper Noname Gypsy.
For his second performance of the night, Chance showed off his piano skills with a soulful rendition of ‘Same Drugs’.
Backed by violinists and a choir, the rapper spread his uplifting message as snow fell around him on the stage.
Finally Chance took part in a hilarious parody of Run-DMC’s ‘Christmas In Hollis’ alongside SNL cast member Kenan Thompson.
Dressed as the iconic rap group, the pair rapped about President Obama’s last Christmas in the White House.
“So go nuts before the North Pole disappears ’cause it’s the last Christmas before Trump next year.”
Meanwhile, Chance The Rapper’s album/mixtape ‘Coloring Book’ was second on Capital XTRA’s Albums Of The Year list, only beaten by Drake’s ‘Views’.