Kanye West's Sunday Service performance at Coachella reportedly attracted an astounding 50,000 attendees. Those fortunate enough to have caught the landmark Sunday morning performance on the festival grounds or on the live stream at home may have seen fellow Chicagoan Chance the Rapper dancing along to a classic house track. 

Kanye West and Chance the Rapper have been spending a lot of time together in recent months; the two also announced they were working on a joint project back in 2018. On Sunday, the two appeared to bond again over their Chicago roots, this time through the music of Cajmere

In the live stream clip posted to Reddit, Chance can be seen dancing to Cajmere's "Brighter Days" feat Dajae. Cajmere (real name Curtis Jones) is an artist of many aliases, but most will likely know him as Green Velvet. Jones took to Twitter on Sunday commenting "I luv me some Jesus" seemingly in acknowledgement of the performance of his old school classic.

The original "Brighter Days" was released back in 1994, and based on Chance's reaction, the timeless track still doesn't fail to get a crowd moving. For listeners looking to hear the full version, listen to Cajmere's "Brighter Days" here


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