When you see Reggie Watts perform live, you know you're getting a one-of-a-kind experience, never to be repeated in quite the same way again. So it's really a treat when his act gets uploaded online for everyone who wasn't lucky enough to be there to see.
The incomparable comedy/music machine dropped in on the Heart of Darkness show at Union Hall in Brooklyn earlier this month, and out of that impromptu set came these two highly entertaining videos from Karmalize Productions.
First, Reggie does a short but hilarious cover of Maroon 5's "Move Like Jagger" before moving on to some freestyle, some improvised stuff and a rap that sounds like "the lead singer of a Cookie Monster death metal band," according to And I Am Not Lying
Also be suer to check out the second clip below, where Reggie is joined by Greg Barris and the Forgiveness to do a song about friends, vampires, teen smoking and even more ridiculous stuff.
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