When Acid Rap dropped in 2013, Chance the Rapper popped up on the radar of hip-hop fans and critics alike receiving widespread praise for his iconic sing-song-y delivery and his strong lyrical writing ability. Chance's music always managed to eloquently articulate heavy topics of poverty and the systematic oppression of minorities in America, while always bleeding an optimism so pure that even the Donald Trump's of the world would at least have to do a double take. Tonight, Chance the Rapper announced the release date of his long-awaited solo release Chance 3, his first solo release in three years. Tonight Chance took Jimmy Kimmel's stage on The Tonight Show to showcase his new gospel-infused jazz rap single "Blessings (ft. Jamila Woods and Byron Cage.)"
— Lil Chano From 79th (@chancetherapper) May 6, 2016
Watch the video for "Blessings" below: