"Playing TV shows is always a moment where you’re like, 'Holy crap, what am I doing on this stage? I should not be here. People so much cooler than me have been on this floor.' But you know that someone has said you were cool enough to be there, or you were good enough to be there. So, I don’t know. You’ve gotta fill those shoes. Like, playing Letterman and being at the Ed Sullivan Theater, being in the same room as the Roots on Jimmy Fallon, stuff like that just completely trips me out."