NEW YORK, NY – Chance the Rapper capped off a successful 2016 as Saturday Night Live‘s final musical guest of the year.
The Chicago musician celebrated the last Christmas under President Barack Obama alongside Kenan Thompson in a skit parodying Run-D.M.C. (whose “Christmas In Hollis” remains a Hip Hop holiday classic).
D.M.C. himself makes a special guest appearance as Lil Chano’s dad, warning him to never trust a white man in a red hat. It’s not Santa Claus he’s warning Chance about — but President-elect Donald Trump and his red “Make America Great Again” caps.

He also performed his cuts “Same Drugs” and “Finish Line/Drown” from his Grammy-nominated album Coloring Book, which was released earlier this year. For “Finish Line/Drown,” Chance brought out fellow Chicagoan Noname, who delivered a spoken word verse while a choir sang back-up.
Check out Chance the Rapper’s performances on SNL below.