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Dave Chappelle proved he’s greater than only a comic after performing a shock cowl of Radiohead’s “Creep” with the Foo Fighters in New York Metropolis Sunday Night time. Clips of the “Sticks and Stones” creator’s stirring cameo have since gone viral throughout social media.
Crowds cheered because the Grammy-winning comic, 47, took lead vocals through the live performance at Madison Sq. Backyard, which marked venue’s full-capacity occasion for the reason that begin of the pandemic in 2020. The present was solely open to fully-vaccinated followers, which prompted throngs of anti-lockdown protesters to exhibit exterior the world, Hotpress reported. No phrase as as to if the Foo Fighters have been in a position to struggle them off this time.
Naturally, a comic book and a rock band would possibly seem to be an odd pairing. Nevertheless, Chappelle was reportedly already in New York Metropolis for his new documentary, and couldn’t move on the prospect to collaborate with the Foo Fighters, who’re slated to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Corridor Of Fame later this 12 months.
Followers have been over the moon concerning the the long-lasting comedian’s shock look. (Warning: Some sturdy language is included within the clip beneath.)
“Chappelle has transcended goat stage comedy and may now do regardless of the f–ok he needs,” wrote one fan of the Washington DC native.
“You bought two of the most effective Daves within the universe teaming up for Creep,” wrote one other in reference to Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, who had invited Chappelle onstage.
Regardless of the adulation, come critics couldn’t assist however discover that the comedy nice’s “Creep” cowl was a bit off-key.
“Aaaaand he butchered that tune,” tweeted one detractor. “He shouldn’t even sing joyful birthday. Holy hell.”
This isn’t the primary time Chappelle has collaborated with the Seattle-based rockers. The Mark Twain award winner famously hosted a Saturday Night time Reside episode this previous November wherein the Foo Fighters have been the musical company.