Chance the Rapper got engaged to longtime girlfriend Kirsten Corley at a backyard party in front of friends and family members Wednesday.

“Kirsten Katrina Corley, will you make me a man and be my wife?” the 25-year-old rapper is seen asking Corley on bended knee in a video circulated on social media.

“Proposed In The Hunninds! chancetherapper You A Real One!” his brother, Taylor Bennett, shared a photo of the two on Instagram. “She said yes,” Chance wrote on Twitter confirming the news.

The couple began dating in 2013 and has had their ups and downs. Here is a look back at the timeline of their relationship.

September 2015 – The couple welcomed their daughter Kensli Bennett. "I wanted make a grandiose and poetic statement with her weight and size and DOB to show how much this means to me, but I think it'd be more appropriate and fatherly of me to just say thanks to those who helped us during this pregnancy,” Chance announced on Instagram then.

February 2016 – The couple separated after Corley filed court documents to declare Chance as Kensli’s father. She also requested to remain the sole caretaker of the girl and asked the Cook County Circuit Court to set child support.

March 2016 – Corley amended the petition a month later, after the couple moved in together. She stated that Chance contributed money and care for their daughter. In the same month, Chance asked the court to declare him to be the girl's father and asked for shared allocation of parental responsibility, Pop Sugar reported.

June 2016 – Corley filed paperwork seeking a parenting schedule as the couple stopped living together.

January 2017 – Corley withdrew the petition after they started living together again. "All is well, and the motion has been withdrawn,” her attorney told Chicago tribune. The same month, Chance uploaded a series of photos on Instagram featuring Kensli.

“Look up Kensli, say cheese!” he wrote in one of the photos that showed her with Barack and Michelle Obama.

February 2017 – Chance thanked Corley and Kensli during Grammys acceptance speech. “I wanna thank God for my mother and my father who’ve supported me since I was young. For Kirsten and Kensli, for all of Chicago,” he said, People reported.

May 2018 - On Corley’s birthday, Chance shared a touching tribute on Instagram.

“From the beginning beginning to the end end. You are my oldest and best friend. You are responsible for everyone of the most wonderful things in my life. I’m forever grateful that God made me find you, and even more grateful that you made me find God. Forever and ever babe. Happy Birthday,” he wrote.

Chance, whose real name is Chancellor Johnathan Bennett, is known for making music for free.

“I never wanted to sell my music because I thought putting a price on it put a limit on it and inhibited me from making a connection,” he said in an interview to Vanity Fair.