People who didn't know who Chance The Rapper was before last night's Grammys, sure know about him now—at least according to his latest Spotify numbers.

If you missed it, the Chicago spitter walked away with three awards at the ceremony — Best New Artist, Best Rap Performance and Best Rap Album. He also did a killer performance of the Coloring Book songs "How Great" and "All We Got," which made his streaming numbers increase by 206 percent.

Plus, streams for "How Great" increased by 461 percent just one hour after Chance hit the stage, showing that people really took to the cut and its spiritual message.The streaming site also reported that A Tribe Called Quest's "We The People" got a 441 percent increase after their performance.

Meanwhile, Drake congratulated Chano for walking away with the awards, even though he lost to him in the categories of Best Rap Album and Best Rap Performance.

"Congrats, boi. Well deserved," wrote Drizzy via text. "I am in Manchester having a drink for you, broski. More, more, more."

"Love you, bro," Chance wrote back. "I'm hearing amazing things about [the] tour."

You can peep their exchange below.

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