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Back in November, John Mayer dropped a new single titled “Love on the Weekend” out of the blue. This was accompanied by the announcement of a new album, The Search for Everything, that would be arriving imminently. And now it seems that Mayer is promoting the album by playing duets with… Dave Chapelle?

Mayer played an incredibly hush-hush, intimate set at Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles where he debuted several batches of new material from the upcoming record. And as an extra-special treat, he was joined by Dave Chapelle, because really, why not? The two of them then proceeded to lead the crowd in a rendition of Nirvana’s iconic “Come As You Are,” for reasons that remain blissfully mysterious. Here’s hoping that it makes the final version of the album.

John Mayer’s The Search for Everything is set to drop on January 20.

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Words by Jake Boyer
Music Editor
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