Watch Chance perform "Sunday Candy" at the White House (and Sasha Obama sing along)The final tree lighting for the First Family.

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Dec 2, 2016

Chance the Rapper is becoming a regular guest at the White House. After appearing at the Obamas' home for the President's final State Dinner back in October, following his invitation in April to discuss criminal justice reform and the My Brother’s Keeper initiative, Young Chano returned Thursday night (December 1) to perform at the family's final White House Christmas Tree Lighting.

He performed "Sunday Candy" alongside a choir, band, and frequent collaborators Jamila Woodsand the newly-named Nico Segal. The First Family watched on from the crowd, with Sasha being spotted mouthing the lyrics along with the rapper.

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