The album version of the track features Lil Uzi Vert and the late Juice WRLD. For the Tonight Show version, the track jumps straight from Chance's closing "I need me a Xan" line to Juice WRLD's closing repeat of "I turn the news on when I smell death in the air." As Herbo and Chance exited the stage, the camera focused on a painted mural of Juice, who died at the age of 21 last December.
Monday's episode also saw Chance joining host Jimmy Fallon for a segment in which he performed raps penned by kids, as well as a short interview touching on his earliest years as an artist using a free studio in a high school library and his Warmest Winter initiative through SocialWorks.
"Actually, when I was in high school I used to go by Chano," Chance recalled of his pre-fame years, which saw his interest in making music preceded by periods during which he focused his creative expression on dancing and poetry. "That was a terrible name. So when Twitter first came out, this girl that was a friend of mine made a Twitter for me and she made my name 'Chance the Rapper' and I was like, alright. I'm gonna just go with that joint from here on out."
Last month, Chance joined Smino in the official video for MadeinTYO's "BET Uncut." Revisit that below.