Chance the Rapper has his city doing front flips on his new single "Angels," which he debuted last night on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Featuring fellow Chicago native Saba, the track layers steel drums and brass horns to produce the feel good aura and untapped energy that have become cornerstones of Chance's sound. "I got my city doing front flips/When every father, mayor, rapper jump ship/I guess that's why they call it where I stay/Bring up the streets so my daughter can have somewhere to play," Chance raps in the first verse.

With Stephen Colbert getting in on the fun, wearing a halo headband, Chance jumped around the Late Show set in a hoodie and White Sox cap, unfurling dance moves and raps at a frenetic pace. "It's too many young angels on the southside" Chance raps on the song, "Got us scared to let our grandmothers outside." Watch the performance below and bump the song in full above.