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Chance the Rapper debuts new song at the ESPYs in tribute to Muhammad Ali — watch

Chicago MC was joined by Donnie Trumpet, Jamila Woods, and others

    Chance the Rapper closed out this year’s ESPY Awards with a tribute performance to boxing legend and social advocate Muhammad Ali. The young Chicago MC debuted a new song accompanied by frequent collaborators Donnie Trumpet, Jamila Woods, Peter Cottontale, and Teddy Jackson in addition to a gospel choir.

    “Ain’t nowhere greater/ Ain’t nowhere brighter/ Ain’t nowhere better/ Ain’t no one prettier/ Ain’t no one wiser/ Ain’t no one better,” Chance sang as images of Ali flashed in the background. Watch video above.

    Earlier in the evening, Chance hung out with fellow life champion Steph Curry.

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