Chance The Rapper returned to late night television this evening and debuted a brand new song to boot. The track, “Blessings,” finds the Chance 3 captain backed by a full gospel choir, Jamila Woods & Donnie Trumpet. That wasn’t all the Chance 3 news for the evening, either – just ahead of the performance of “Blessings”, Jimmy Fallon revealed that Chance 3, the highly anticipated follow-up to 2013’s Acid Rap, would arrive next Friday, May 13th.

Last Saturday, Chance revealed the cover art for Chance 3, a painting from Chicago-based artist and mental health activist Brandon Breaux. Breaux is also the mind behind Chance’s 10 Day cover, and was also responsible for the artwork that graces the front of Acid Rap. In a recent interview with The FADER, Breaux revealed the inspiration behind the painting and more.

I’d be lying if I said we planned this all from the beginning. Instead it’s been a bit serendipitous but the presence of the trilogy really just rounds it out. The decision to have Chance look down was his own. He was holding his baby daughter in the shoot because he wanted to capture the expression he had on his face when he looked at her, and that distinguishes Chance’s posture from the other two. For me in 10 Day he’s looking up to a future he is soon to inherit, Acid Rap is like him being in it exploring/experimenting and Chance 3 is like maturity, fully stepping into his greatness, his focus isn’t so much on himself but on the clear future.”