Chance the Rapper

Watch Chance the Rapper Open His Grammys With His Daughter

Eight months after winning three Grammys, Chance the Rapper finally received them in the mail. It was a joyous and emotional moment as the Chicago superstar opened them up with his daughter Kensli by his side.

“I got my Grammys in the mail,” tweeted Chano. “Thank you everyone who made this music with me, especially this girl right here. #ColoringBook #BestRapAlbum #butitwasamixtape #IDidItWithGod #ChanceTebow.”

With Kensli’s help, Chance opened the boxes, which contained his Grammys for Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance for “No Problem,” and Best Rap Album for Coloring Book. The adorable father-daughter moment also included a lesson on counting and a hug before Chance was seemingly brought to tears.

In February, shortly after winning the gramophones, Chancellor spoke with Katie Couric about Music’s Biggest Night. “It’s still unreal to me,” he said. “There’s nothing like it. All of that time, up until the Grammys, was the craziest time of my life. You spend weeks and weeks working on a performance and once it happens, it just kind of bookends it. I just can’t wait for the next preparation time.”

Chance is now working on his debut album, the follow-up to last year’s Coloring Book mixtape. He recently debuted his new song “First World Problems” featuring Daniel Caesar on “The Late Show.”