Chris Tomlin, the writer of the original “How Great is Our God,” even commented on Chance’s performance.
Watch the performance below:
A frequent topic of discussion is Chance’s faith. Many argue that while he glorifies Jesus a lot of his music is not edifying to God. Other groups of people argue over him clearly representing Jesus, although he is not perfect. Regardless of your thoughts on Chance’s Christianity, he used his Grammy acceptance speech as a platform to give God the glory.
His opening line, “Glory be to God, I claim this victory in the name of the Lord” was also his closing line.
Watch his speech below:
Chance The Rapper just won a Grammy without EVER selling a song... Yall's excuses are running out. pic.twitter.com/SmiOaWdvZk— Ghazi (@GhaziSZN) February 13, 2017
Chance the Rapper previously got bold for the Lord on Saturday Night Live. See that performance here.