Lollapalooza has become such a staple in Chicago, it’s only right that hometown native Chance the Rapper headlines one night of the four-day music festival. On Saturday night (Aug. 5), which was Day 3, Chano delivered a high-powered set of songs mostly most his Grammy-winning album, Coloring Book.

According to Billboard, Chance blocked any live-streaming of the show because "I want it to just be me and Chicago." The 24-year-old rapper performed songs from Coloring Book and his popular mixtape, Acid Rap. But he also had surprises up his sleeves.

Midway through his set, Chance brought out Vic Mensa for a rousing rendition of “Didn't I Say I Didn't” and “Cocoa Butter Kisses.” What made this so special is that there have been rumors that Chano and Vic have beef with each other. Well, it looks like that’s not the case anymore.

"The world will take you a lot of places,” Chance told the crowd. “Never let it take you away from fam.” Afterward, Chance and Vic hugged it out.

And you say Chi-City!

Watch Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa Perform "Cocoa Butter" at Lollapalooza2017