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The Grammy-winning rapper performed for the first time on the Grammys stage.

Sydney Scott
Feb, 12, 2017

It's been a big night for Chance the Rapper.

The artist became the first in Grammys history to win with a streaming-only release on Sunday night. He also became the first Black hip-hop artist to win the Best New Artist award since Lauryn Hill in 1999. 

The rapper brought church to the Grammys stage, bringing the audience to their feet. He performed "How Great" and "All We Got," accompanied by his cousin Nicole, gospel star Kirk Franklin and a choir. 

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