Dave Chappelle & Robert Glasper were in attendance last night at Thundercat's sold-out "Drunk" concert in NYC.
To celebrate the release of his new album DRUNK, Grammy-award winning musician Thundercat took over Irving Plaza in New York City Friday night for a sold-out concert.
The show looked to be a star-studded event, with the likes of Hannibal Buress & Flying Lotus in attendance, but that wasn’t all. NYC comedian, Dave Chappelle, was also in the house, and even took the mic to announce Thundercat onto the stage.
“Ladies and gentlemen, on stage tonight is the musical virtuosos. They spent hours and hours of their life practicing their craft, and tonight we get to enjoy the sum total of their work. Make some noise for your band,” Chappelle said.
In addition to that, famed jazz-musician Robert Glasper was also in the building, and hopped on stage to play a little bit alongside Thundercat as well.
Thanks to Fader, who was lucky enough to there last night, fans can re-live the star-studded event (below).