The comedy and hip-hop worlds collided this week.
On Tuesday, Amy Schumer teamed up with Talib Kweli in Chicago for a joint show that certainly pleased the crowd. The Trainwreck star debuted her rap skills when she and Kweli performed Kanye West's 2004 hit "Get 'Em High."
The original collaboration of the song included West, Kweli and Common, but Schumer held her own when she added her own vocals.
Clearly proud of the performance, she posted a clip to Instagram with the caption: "You mean Talib Lyrics stick to your rib."
This isn't the only collaboration that has Schumer fans excited. It was also announced that the 34-year-old comedian is joining forces with pal Jennifer Lawrence to write a comedy where they play sisters.
She also recently responded to a post claiming she looked like the woman in the Grant Woods' American Gothic painting by posing with critically-acclaimed actor J.K. Simmons.
Before Schumer was rapping West's lyrics, she was pranking him and his wife, Kim Kardashian, at the 2015 TIME 100 Gala. Relive the hilarious moment: