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Stephen Colbert's Monologue Gets A Hip-Hop Update From Skrillex And Chance The Rapper

Re-r-r-reeeeeeeemix!

On Tuesday night, Skrillex and Chance the Rapper appeared on "The Late Show" to perform with the band Hundred Waters. But we're still obsessing over how the DJ and rapper made their mark on Stephen Colbert's monologue. 

What exactly does that mean, you ask? Well, there were a whole lot of reggae horns involved, along with distorted vocals and a couple verses by Chance, who had the task of rhyming about breakfast cereal. Somehow, he made it work, spitting lines like, "Not a serial number / not serial like a killer / talkin' a complete breakfast / pure tummy filler." 

All the while, Colbert bounced around his set, pointing his fingers up in the air, like so: 

Can't. Stop. Watching.

And at the end, Skrillex and Chance finished strong, giving the crowd a literal mic drop. 

BOOM!

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