Chris Rock Shares Epic Squad Photo With Andre 3000, Jarobi White, Jack White, D-Nice & Dave Chappelle

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Host Chris Rock speaks onstage during the 88th Annual Academy Awards at the Dolby Theatre on Feb. 28, 2016 in Hollywood, California. 

Chris Rock was in great company on Thursday night (April 7), sharing a photo with an epic squad comprised of OutKast rapper Andre 3000, comic Dave Chappelle, rock star Jack White, DJ D-Nice and eventually, R&B vet D'Angelo.

"Me , Dave , D-nice , jack white and jarobi hard at work on the new Andre 3000 album," Rock wrote on Instagram and Twitter. It's unclear whether Rock was making a joke or being upfront about a potential 3 Stacks LP. 

 

Me , Dave , D-nice , jack white and jarobi hard at work on the new Andre 3000 album.

A photo posted by Chris Rock (@chrisrock) on

A Tribe Called Quest's Jarobi White and DJ D-Nice also shared some behind-the-scenes flicks of their studio hangout, which included an appearance from D'Angelo. D-Nice captioned his photo, "Last night wasn't planned and ended up being one of the best nights ever! Chris Rock, Andre 3000, Me, Jarobi, Jack White, and Dave Chappelle." Per Jarobi, they also partook in a studio screening of the 1984 hip-hop drama Beat Street.

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D-Nice also shared a video of the VIP private party that would make any hip-hop head experience FOMO. "Just some friends listening to @qtiptheabstract rocking Call Me D-Nice at 5am. So much fun! QTip x Chappelle x D'Angelo, x 3 Stacks. ?#‎HipHop?," he wrote.

Just some friends listening to @qtiptheabstract rocking Call Me D-Nice at 5am. So much fun! QTip x Chappelle x D'Angelo, x 3 Stacks. #HipHop

Posted by D-Nice on Thursday, April 7, 2016

Billboard has reached out to reps for D-Nice, Jack White and Jarobi White.

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