You hear Chance the Rapper's performing on Ellen and you're happy. You hear 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne are joining him, that they're doing the Coloring Book single "No Problem," and you're ecstatic.

You see the performance open on a meeting at the venerated label Generic Records, though, and you just explode into stardust. Watch above as Tity Boi, Weezy and the still-famously-unsigned Chano make the biggest, most joyous mess a talk show stage has ever seen and will ever see, in this and all other dimensions.

You heard those multiple "free Weezy!" shouts from Chance, yeah? And how the chorus is all about the evil of labels, knowing full well that Wayne's stuck in a hellish duel with Cash Money Records? Good.

Chance was one of the first major artists to send love to Lil Wayne after this:

Hours later, Weezy and 2 Chainz slam dunked the 2016 Made in America Festival as the superduo ColleGrove.

Next, watch Chance talk to Fuse in his early days: