Back in March, the three artists dropped their music video for the song through Loveback, a new media platform that allows people to directly support creators, who can then give back rewards. A fan could pay any amount of money for the remix, receive a download of it, and then be entered into a contest to win a free pass to FORM Arcosanti, a music festival founded by Hundred Waters with 1200 participants including Skrillex and Moses Sumney.
While on The Late Show, Chance and Skrillex also joined Stephen Colbert for a segment called “monologue remix” where both artists freestyled the late night host’s jokes while playing beats off an iPhone. The result was a hilarious string of hard bars on cereal as Colbert attempted to dance along in the background. We definitely don’t blame Colbert for trying to give these guys as much airtime as possible while on the show.
Chance is still coming off the high of the release of his latest mixtape, Coloring Book, that included a stacked list of features from the likes of Kanye West, D.R.A.M., and T-Pain. Chance subsequently made history as Coloring Book became the first album to chart on the Billboard 200 solely from streams, and there’s a chance he could be the first person to win a Grammy off of a mixtape.
Watch Chance, Skrillex, and Hundred Waters nail their performance above. Be sure to check out Chance in Complex’s latest cover story here.