Chance The Rapper Scheduled For July 16 “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”

Chance The Rapper will be an interview guest on “The Tonight Show.”

Chance the Rapper during an interview with host Jimmy Fallon on November 16, 2017 -- (Photo by: Andrew Lipovsky/NBC)

Late last month, Chance The Rapper released his “Acid Rap” and “10 Day” mixtapes to commercial digital platforms. He has also been teasing plans to release a new album this month.

In conjunction with the big moves, the Grammy-winning artist will pay a visit to “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

According to NBC, Chance will be the lead interview/segment guest on the July 16 “Tonight Show.” Other guests for that night’s broadcast will include David Crosby and Cameron Crowe.

Official “Tonight Show” listings follow:

Tuesday, July 9: Guests include Keegan-Michael Key, Horatio Sanz, Perry Farrell and musical guest Perry Farrell. OAD 6/17/19

Wednesday, July 10: Guests include Lin-Manuel Miranda, Willie Nelson, Adam Devine and musical guest Willie Nelson. OAD 6/18/19

Thursday, July 11: Guests include Madonna, Guy Raz and musical guest Ari Lennox. OAD 6/20/19

Friday, July 12: Guests include Gabrielle Union, DJ Khaled and musical guest Vampire Weekend. OAD 5/17/19

Monday, July 15: Guests include Joel McHale, Fran Lebowitz and musical guest Denzel Curry. Show 1090

Tuesday, July 16: Guests include Chance The Rapper, David Crosby and Cameron Crowe. Show 1091

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