When Magnificent Coloring Day was announced, an physical appearance by Likelihood the Rapper’s mentor Kanye West appeared just about impossible—the rapper already had a present on his Saint Pablo Tour scheduled in Nashville on the identical day. But when Tyler the Creator wrapped up his set and “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” came on the speakers in U.S. Cellular Field, Kanye appeared to sing about bleached assholes in person. To say the crowd went wild would be an understatement—nearly absolutely everyone in the stadium was on their feet (or their seat) to catch a glimpse of the Chicago native’s surprise set. Kanye quickly produced his way by way of a profession-spanning medley, such as verses from “Gold Digger” and “Touch the Sky” as crowds formed atop the dugouts.
The unannounced set ended with Kanye welcoming Probability onstage for a rendition of “Ultralight Beam.” “I am so proud of this younger guy,” Kanye exclaimed before building way for Probability to carry out his verse. Presumably Kanye headed straight for his personal jet (and on to Nashville) immediately after the afternoon set. Any person who made the decision to demonstrate up late to Magnificent Coloring Day and missed the guest functionality ought to be kicking themselves—hopefully they have tickets to Kanye’s displays at the United Center and Allstate Arena in October.