Along with being nominated for seven Grammys at this year’s awards, Chance The Rapper has also blessed us with a live performance at the event. He’s taken home the awards for Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance (“No Problem"), and Best Rap Album. It's amazing to see such a talented, independent artist receive the praise Chance has at the awards this year.
Along with delivering an impressive performance, Chance played an important role in the landscape of this year’s Grammys by pushing through a petition to change the Grammy qualifications so that mixtapes and albums that are not sold could still be be considered eligible to win. His hard work paid off in a big way to say the least.
For his performance, he brought out a full gospel choir and orchestra as well as collaborators Francis And The Lights, Nico Segal (Donnie Trumpet) and Tamela Mann among others to play an epic rendition of "How Great" / "All We Got". The powerful performance was pretty amazing to watch as Chance and the entire band put a lot of passion into it. Congrats Chance!
See his acceptance speech for Best New Artist and his amazing performance below. Enjoy!