President Obama And Chance the Rapper Sing Christmas Carols Together | TIME
Chance the Rapper sings about Barack Obama on Saturday Night Live
Chris Redd, Chance the Rapper, and Kenan Thompson on "Saturday Night Live."
- hosted "" on Saturday November 18.
- In a funny sketch, cast members Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd performed a song with Chance the Rapper.
- The trio were a parody '90s R&B group called De-Von-Tré.
- Their song — reminiscent of groups like Boyz II Men and Jodeci — was a ballad begging President Barack Obama to come back.
- "So come back Barack," the group croons. "Even though it's not allowed / We want you back somehow / I need you in my life / So come back, Barack / We didn't know what we had / Now things are looking bad / Like really bad, like world war bad, like nuclear bad / So come back, Barack."
- Watch the sketch below.
Video: Come Back, Barack - SNL
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