Photo by Francis Specker

Chance the Rapper made his big Grammys debut with a mighty performance at Sunday night's awards ceremony in Los Angeles.

After taking home wins for Best New Artist, Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance, he returned to the stage to perform his Coloring Book cuts "All We Got" and "How Great," the latter of which borrows lyrics from Christian singer Chris Tomlin's 2004 song "How Great Is Our God."

In addition to being backed by a gospel choir, Chance was joined by his Coloring Book collaborators Kirk Franklin (who won Best Gospel Album today) and Francis Starlite (aka Francis and the Lights), as well as gospel singer Tamela Mann, another fellow Grammy winner who won Best Gospel Performance earlier today.

It was a sincere, powerful moment for the Chicago emcee, who is clearly capping one incredible year with the start of another.

See video of the performance below.