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Snakehips, Tinashe, Chance The Rapper Perform 'All My Friends' On 'Jimmy Kimmel'

by Ryan Middleton   Feb 26, 2016 13:50 PM EST

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Chance The Rapper, Tinashe and Snakehips performed their single "All My Friends" last night on Jimmy Kimmel Live.

The performance starts out with the two UK producers playing the instrumental at separate stations. The track is pretty repetitive and simple so they don't have to chance much, but one handles the drums and samples, while the other is on keys for the synths.

After the soft intro sets the mood, Tinashe comes in to sing her verse about going out, drinking too much and forgetting all about Friday nights because "I'm wasted."

She is somewhat drowned out in the hook by the chorus of singers that are included on the track, which would have been cool to see a few background singers brought in to help with that.

Chance then joins the fray to rap his verse as he and Tinashe show some remarkable chemistry together putting together some ad-libs and working the hook together.

When the single was released in October it came as a surprise to see Chance and Tinashe on it since the biggest collaboration Snakehips had ever managed to put together was with Tory Lanez for the Adidas Songs From Scratch series.

It has amassed millions of streams across SoundCloud, Spotify and YouTube, landing itself high up the Spotify viral charts worldwide. It clearly still has legs if it is still getting looks from late night.

This late night appearance is the latest from Chance The Rapper who has had a strong six months, despite not releasing an album. He has guest verses on Kanye West's The Life Of Pablo, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' This Unruly Mess I've Made.

Tinashe is working towards her sophomore album, which is expected out at some point this spring.

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