Chance The Rapper's Ellen Show Debut Was Epic

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One of the most critically acclaimed rappers, Chance The Rapper made his Ellen Show debut and with him he also brought Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz for a smashing performance of "No Problems."

Chance's visit started with an awesome performance of "No Problems" as he also invited Lil Wayne 2 Chainz to recite their verses.

The track is the hit single off of his Coloring Book mixtape that made waves when it hit number one on the album charts.

In fact, his music was so profound that he was able to convince the Grammys that streaming only releases should be eligible for nominations.

His performance was amazing and bringing out both 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne added that special touch in what was one of the best Ellen Show debuts from a rap artist. All three artists had a ton of fun on stage with the light and bouncy beat. The three artists received a standing ovation and embrace from DeGeneres who sat down with Chance to talk about his music.

She thanked him for bringing 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne to the show. Chance said that those artists are two of his biggest role models.

Tomorrow, things are about to get crazy. @chancetherapper @hairweavekiller @liltunechi

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DeGeneres said that the performance was awesome and she is amazed that he is not signed with a label. Chance explained that he would not sign with a label because he wants to be a role model for younger generations trying to break into the music business.

He wants to help them avoid the pitfalls of upper management, as he put it. The artist added that when it's in your hands, you can avoid all of the issues you might encounter.

Chance explained that merchandise and touring is where he makes his money because he gives his music away for free. DeGeneres said she met Chance at a White House party and invited him to the show.

He revealed that his father actually worked for President Barack Obama.

To add a little hilarity to the interview, DeGeneres presented him with a nifty piece of merch that he can sell. You can check out the videos from Chance The Rapper's Ellen Show debut below.

Watch Chance The Rapper Perform "No Problems" With Lil Wayne and 2 Chainz On The Ellen Show

Chance The Rapper Talks Music And More On His Ellen Show Debut