Come Back, Barack: Chance the Rapper Sings Emotional Ode to Obama on SNL

Please follow and like us:

A year back, as Saturday Night Live’s musical visitor, Chance the Rapper sang the Run-DMC parody “Jingle Barack” about President Obama’s last Christmas in the White House. Today, in his SNL hosting launching, Chance followed that up with a Thanksgiving sluggish jam: “Come Back, Barack.”

Joined by Kenan Thompson and Chris Redd, the Boyz II Men-style tune had to do with just how much they are missing out on the 44th president nearly one year into 45’s very first term.

“We didn’t understand simply exactly what we had,” the chorus went. “Now things are looking bad. Like actually bad, like World War bad, like nuclear bad.” As Chance included, “When I think about modification, the only modification I desire is you!”

“It’s been a long period of time Barack, nearly as long as considering that a person discussed a record like this,” Thompson intoned. “For genuine, why would you leave us? Oh, ’cause you needed to due to the fact that of the Constitution? You can come back? Oh, you cannot? Since that would weaken the very organizations that we'&#x 27; re hardly hanging on to as it is? I see. I think we’re stuck to this guy for a while then. Perhaps you can return and make a speech? Just how much would that cost? Genuine? Oh, no, we certainly cannot manage that.”

Read more:

Please follow and like us: