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Dave Chappelle Rocks Radiohead's 'Creep' at 'SNL' Afterparty

11/14/2016
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(Radio.com) Kate McKinnon's rendition of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" went viral over the weekend, but another Saturday Night Live video has the makings of a sensation: Host Dave Chappelle covered Radiohead's "Creep" during an afterparty.

Chappelle took the stage at the Cutting Room in Manhattan alongside cast members, Questlove, and lucky patrons who got to see the legendary comic cover Radiohead's first big hit.

Questlove shared a video to Instagram captioned: "In a life full of highlights? I'm glad I waited til 5:22am for this…." Pitchfork reports that Chappelle also covered the track at Erykah Badu's birthday party this year, so it's something of a standard. Watch the comedian do the Radiohead classic here.

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