In what's become something of a new tradition, Chance The Rapper and Jeremih are currently gearing up to drop yet another Christmas project. Recently, Chano served up a preview of some of what sounds like the work he and his fellow Chicago native have been putting in.

In the clips, Chance plays "Stranger at the Table," which is a track from he and Jeremih's first Christmas project. In another clip, he plays a snippet of a new song. It's much the same sort of sound we heard on the two Chicago artist's Merry Christmans Lil' Mama project last year. In other words, we've got a lot to look forward to.

This preview is just the latest addition to what's been an eventful week for Chano. On Saturday, the rapper hosted Saturday Night Live and delivered a series of hilarious performances in different sketches on the episode. One of them dealt with their version of Batman engaging in some serious racial profiling. Another saw Chano performing an ode to Barack Obama in a mock R&B group.

A couple days later, Chance popped up back in Chicago to help announce a Jewel-Osco's $1 million donation to the struggling Chicago Public School system.

“You guys don’t receive the same benefits that a lot of other people do, and your parents pay the same money into the same government taxes,” said Chance, reiterating some points he made earlier in the year. “These are people and things that have a big impact on your lives and how you’re educated,” he added.

Check out Chano's preview below.

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