“Just talking shit, cracking jokes on each other, playing music, and singing songs like they are chillin’ at home in the basement.”
Dave Chappelle‘s nine-evening residency at New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall is set to include a musical component featuring sets from The Roots, Janelle Monae, and more. It doesn’t start till next week, but that didn’t stop the ever-defiant Kanye West from making an appearance. According to Complex, West made a surprise appearance
Dave Chappelle appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon recently, during which he discussed meeting Kanye West and the show’s house band The Roots. Host Fallon also questioned the comedian about being featured on the artwork for Prince‘s 2013 single Breakfast Can Wait. Chappelle first recounted how he met The Roots after he was
Legendary comedian makes his international tour debut in Australia!
What’s the next best thing to a Prince video that doesn’t actually feature the purple one? The artist formerly currently known as Prince may have enlisted Dave Chappelle to help out with the single artwork but neither of them show up in the video for Breakfast Can Wait. What we do get in the Danielle
Dave Chappelle is back, bitch, although there wasn’t a hint of Rick James to be seen in his comeback show at Chicago’s First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre last Saturday, with the entire audio recording of the show now available online for your listening pleasure (below). Chapelle was still reeling from his previous show in Hartford, Connecticut,
Any doubt that Prince was not in fact a total mad dog has now totally been removed after His Purpleness revealed the artwork for his latest single Breakfast Can Wait, and rather than some pretentious image or symbol, Prince has decided to take the piss out of himself, enlisting Dave Chappelle to get his Prince
Gawker have managed to keep an active video uploaded of previously unreleased footage of The Beastie Boys performing on The Chappelle Show. According to Gawker and other reports, the clip was originally uploaded by Neal Brennan, who was the co-creator of the Chappelle Show. The footage comes from the third season of The Chappelle Show,