Plenty of the musical performances on last night's round of talk shows are worth another look -- beginning with a Jamaican artist making his U.S. television premiere.
"The entire island of Jamaica is swelling with pride right now," Jimmy Fallon shouted as Chronixx took the stage to perform "Here Comes Trouble."
Not to be confused with another double-X act -- Classixx, who performed the previous night on "Kimmel" -- Chronixx is the reggae-based project of 21-year old Jamar Rolando McNaughton Jr. With by stylish horns, six-string bass and more, watch above as Chronixx bring their uplifting message to the "Tonight Show" crowd. The band appeared in support of their new album, "The Dread & Terrible Project," which dropped April 1.
Outdoors on the "Jimmy Kimmel Live" stage, OK Go continued the rollout for their upcoming album "Hungry Ghosts" with a performance of their smooth new jam, "The Writing's On the Wall." Last month, they premiered the track via a trippy, illusion-heavy music video. Check out the live performance below:
OK Go previewed the new album with a teaser EP last month, featuring "The Writing's On the Wall" and "Turn Up the Radio," which they also shared before the "Kimmel" crowd:
And finally, the Eli Young Band brought its gritty country-rock to "Letterman" with a harmony-filled performance of "Dust" from the 2014 album "10,000 Towns." The track cracked the Hot 100 (at 99) and currently sits at No. 24 on Hot Country Songs in its 23rd week on the tally.