Welcome back, Dave! Next week, Netflix will premiere two new stand-up specials from Dave Chappelle. On Tuesday (March 14), the popular streaming service unveiled a new trailer, which also features music from his good friends A Tribe Called Quest.

In the clip above, we get a sneak peek of some of the topics Chappelle plans to discuss on his comedy specials. If you listen closely, you can hear ATCQ anthemic “We the People” playing in the background.

The two comedy specials were recorded in Austin, Texas and Los Angeles, respectively, and features the 43-year-old comedian talking about race, terrorism, O.J. Simpson and the one thing that's killing black people.

"All matter of things kill white people, but you know what kills more black people more than anything - more than police and terrorism?" he asked the crowd. "Salt, n----. Regular ass table salt."

These will be Chappelle’s first comedy projects since his 2004 special, For What It’s Worth. In an interview with CBC News, Chappelle admitted that the special weren’t particularly new, just some stuff that he kept in a vault. However, Chappelle said that he’s working on a third comedy special for Netflix that will come out before the end of the year.

Dave Chappelle’s two Netflix specials will officially premiere on March 21.

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