Chance The Rapper is always working hard to make the world a better place as best as he can with his platform, and his next mission is to help the victims of Hurricane Maria. Performing the last show on his tour at the Hollywood Bowl last night (Oct. 4), the Chicago rapper let fans have access to watching his set on a live stream, going through a slew of his hit songs.

The concert started around 9:10 p.m. on the West Coast, with fans quickly tuning into the stream to catch a glimpse of him hitting the stage. Not only did he perform songs off of his Grammy Award-winning Coloring Book album from last year, but he also laced the crowd with some of his feature-friendly songs, such as "Waves" and "Ultralight Beam" off of Kanye West's The Life of Pablo album from 2016.

The concert was livestreamed for fans in order to raise funds to aid Hurricane Maria victims through Direct Relief, linking fans straight to the website on the livestream page.

When he's not trying to use his platform to promote a good cause and help others, Chance is teasing fans with new music. Over the last month, the "No Problem" MC has been previewing new music on different platforms, including his new song with Daniel Caesar on The Late Show.

Watch Chance's full concert for Hurricane Maria relief below in the official live stream.

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