Yesterday was a triumphant night for Dave Chappelle. After a ten year hiatus from television, he finally made a comeback appearance with the opportunity to host the stalwart of American sketch comedy, Saturday Night Live. The timing was impeccable, as the election of Donald Trump left our country in shambles for days, providing Chappelle the perfect opportunity to deliver his unique brand of racially-charged comedic commentary. Not only that, but his friends and fellow comeback artists, A Tribe Called Quest, were tapped as musical guest, and they put on a master-class performance of socially-conscious hip-hop from their important new record We got it from Here…Thank You 4 Your service.All in all, it was a great night for Chappelle and his friends. Which is why the after party, which took place at The Cutting Room, must have been beyond incredible. Bradley Cooper and Madonna were both in attendance, as was ATCQ cohort Busta Rhymes and New York rock icon Lenny Kravitz. At one point, Kravitz jumped on drums and he and a makeshift band started playing “Creep” by Radiohead. Chappelle himself, flanked by SNL’s Leslie Jones, led a sing-a-long version of the classic introspective song.Of course, social media maven and drummer of The Roots, Questlove, was on hand to provide us with a peak into this wild party. See below for a clip that Quest posted on Instagram of a jubilant Chappelle leading the band.