Stephen Colbert, thank you so damn much for bringing nonstop musical brilliance to broadcast television almost every night since taking over for David Letterman.
Shamir, thank you for existing.
The 20-year-old Las Vegas native, self described as having "no gender, no sexuality, and no fucks to give," brought his hit "On the Regular" to the Late Show, starting with a reworked soft-jazz bit at the top before launching into the peppy percussion we've been bopping to since early 2015. Donning a monochrome outfit Janelle Monáe might be spotted in, Shamir worked with about a dozen musicians to bring the positive-vibes banger from his debut album, Ratchet, to life. You gotta see him adorably cozy up to Colbert at the end, too.
In the two months since inheriting Late Show, Colbert has brought Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, Lianne La Havas, the Dead Weather, Run the Jewels, Pearl Jam (craaazy night; we were there), Tame Impala, Halsey, Florence + the Machine and an orchestra playing The Legend of Zelda music. Yo-Yo Ma, too, 'cause that's how hard Colbert's going.