With no major label affiliation or record deal in sight, Chance The Rapper is taking over late night television one show at a time. The 23-year-old Chicago rapper is set to perform on NBC's The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon next week on Thursday, May 5. NBC released next week's show lineup today (April 29) with the former XXL Freshman holding down Thursday's slot as the musical guest with Robert Downey Jr. and Amy Sedaris as the night's conversationalists.

This isn't Chano's first time on late night. In October of 2015, he debuted new music on CBS' The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Chance premiered "Angels" featuring fellow Chicago MC Saba and then released it on iTunes for free following the performance. Back in December of 2015, Chance became the first unsigned artist to perform on NBC's Saturday Night Live. Chance made his second SNL appearance when he accompanied Kanye West for 'Ye's February performance of "Ultralight Beam."

Aside from the fact that he's still riding high off dropping free mixtapes and loosies, Chance is getting ready to drop new music on fans very soon. He's previously said he plans to drop his third mixtape this month and has been previewing new bars during his recent live performances. This month marks the three year anniversary of his breakthough project, Acid Rap, so here's hoping Chatham's own can deliver new material during his Fallon appearance.

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