The reboot of the show will be presented by Chance the Rapper.
Chance is a singing ghost who doesn't want to talk about how he died.
His debut album 'The Big Day' is massive and messy, but the Chicago standard-bearer is still having fun.
RCA won’t put any money behind his projects, and an Illinois concert event won't go on with him as host
The Christmassy, slowed-down, gospel-heavy version Chance debuted on 'SNL' three years ago today—and reprised at the White House a year later—became a small, but important, moment in American history.
The trio didn't want to touch a Christmas song at first, but their 1987 single blew up. Part of that was down to its focus on a real good family meal.
Generous Chance has released "The Man Who Has Everything" and "My Own Thing" feat. Joey Purp just in time for the weekend!
Inside the press conference during which the Chicago rapper endorsed progressive activist Amara Enyia for mayor.
The legal short answer is, well, it's complicated.
Zazie Beetz, Hannibal Buress, and Joe Keery also star in Austin Vesely's slasher-comedy. It's up on Google Play and iTunes now.
In a new video, the lovable late-night host traces the 'Acid Rap' single "Favorite Song" back to Gilbert and Sullivan's 'H.M.S. Pinafore' and J.R.R. Tolkein's 'Lord of The Rings.'
"I Might Need Security," "Work Out," "Wala Cam," and "65th & Ingleside" came out on Wednesday evening.