Donald Glover, a.k.a. the dude behind the year's best new show, is thankfully still out here proving that multi-hyphenates generally lead doper and more fulfilling lives than those restricting themselves to a singular lane. Though Atlanta was the reason for Glover's visit to James Corden's Late Late Show on Tuesday, Reggie Watts managed to successfully coax dude into flexing his pipes for all of CBS to enjoy.
"Mr. Glover, I have a quick question for you," Watts said during the show. "Have you ever considered, like, jamming any kind of a musical type of thing right now?" After the audience roared their predictable approval and Corden got properly stoked, Glover then unloaded some soulful freestyling over Watts' expert beatboxing. Amazing.
Elsewhere on Corden's Late Late Show, Glover and the host traded gibberish versions of Seal's megaclassic Batman Forever banger "Kiss From a Rose":
In addition to boasting a mean Seal impression, Glover is currently enjoying both the critical and commercial success of his long-awaited FX original series Atlanta. The network announced Tuesday that last week's premiere earned them the biggest basic cable comedy debut since the first Inside Amy Schumer on Comedy Central back in 2013.
This week's episode unanimously awarded the coveted Scene-Stealer award to the one and only Quavo, who recently hopped on the phone with Complex to discuss the hella memorable cameo. "His people reached out to our people, but I always had a good relationship with him on some artist to artist shit," Quavo told Complex. "I always respected him and his craft so I instantly wanted to be a part of it. I didn't even know it was going to be this big, I just thought he was shooting a short film or something like that, and luckily it did good, know what I'm saying?"