Chance The Rapper fans were treated to a brand new song on Monday night’s episode of The Late Show. Host Stephen Colbert tweeted during the performance that the Daniel Caesar-featuring song was written just two days before.

In addition, the track is apparently so new that it is yet to be titled, according to a tweet from The Late Show’s Twitter account. Check out the full live acoustic performance with Chance and Daniel Caesar below.

There’s been no word yet on whether the song is part of an upcoming Chance The Rapper project. The Chicago rapper hasn’t dropped any new solo material this year, but has featured on many tracks, such as “Big B’s” with Young Thug. He’s also rumored to be collaborating with Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino. Meanwhile, Daniel Caesar recently released his debut album Freudian.

Also, be sure to check out Chance's entire sit-down with host Stephen Colbert, ultimately centering around Chicago wanting Chance to run for mayor.

Revisit “Same Drugs” below.

In other music news, Post Malone talks his rise to fame and ignoring haters in a new interview. Check it out right here.

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