For the first time in over five years, the reclusive comedian made an appearance on a late-night television show, stopping by David Letterman's couch to chat it up about his upcoming residency at Radio City Music Hall beginning next week (I copped tickets back in April. Those joints sold out quicker than Jordan drops), extending it so that he can have the likes of Busta Rhymes, Nas, The Roots, DJ Premier and others perform, and - of course - his infamous leaving of his own television show and subsequent sabbatical from comedy.
The Brownsville emcee stays working.
Produced by Big Ape.
"My man, whatever happened to peace?"
Could this be a sign that We Are the Streets 2 will be arriving soon?
Home is where the heart is.