*Chance the Rapper chose the show of his friend Stephen Colbert to debut a new, untitled single that he had written within the past week.
“I’ve been wanting to do something fresh,” he told the host of “The Late Show” on Monday. He also shared that he’s been in the studio “cooking up some yammers—they’re honestly great.”
In addition to appearing in Colbert’s opening number at the 2017 Emmy Awards, Chance debuted his “Coloring Book” single “Angels” on “The Late Show” last year. He also performed the theme to “Arthur” and performed alongside Skrillex and Hundred Waters on the show.
Last night, he was initially scheduled to perform the “Coloring Book” outtake “Grown Ass Kid,” but that changed for reasons he said he didn’t want to disclose.
Instead, he premiered an untitled song with Daniel Caesar. The track had a “be careful what you wish for” look at finally reaching your dreams.
Watch the performance, followed by his interview on “The Late Show” below: