Wyclef Jean performed Tuesday night for the first time in a decade at the Brooklyn Bowl in New York City. The singer last performed with the Fugees at Dave Chappelle’s Block Party in 2006. Jean gave an energetic set dancing and bringing fans up on stage to show their moves. The set included included some of his greatest hits and new music from his forthcoming album Carnival 3.

The playful set was notable for his shout outs to various pop and political figures. As he grabbed a guitar, Jean joked, “Kanye [West] is watching and saying I need to play more instruments!” The singer, who recently ran for president of his native Haiti, even joked about GOP presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz.

The performance was something of a homecoming for Jean, who first lived in Brooklyn when arriving in the U.S. at age 10. Jean has sold over 100 million albums worldwide as a founding member of the Fugees.

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