Warm and positive vibes were felt through the TV last night (Jan. 5) when Big K.R.I.T. performed 'Soul Food' on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' with the help of Raphael Saadiq and the Roots. The song is off the rapper's sophomore album, 'Cadillactica.'

Dressed in all black and rocking an Andre 3000-inspired T-shirt with the saying "Across cultures darker people suffer most. Why?" the Meridian, Miss. artist rhymed passionately, as the former Tony! Toni! Tone! frontman sung the hook and played bass guitar.

'Soul Food' examines the reasons why people have diminished the importance of family and friends in their lives. K.R.I.T.'s lyrics suggest that we should slow down and enjoy life's simple pleasures. That message came through loud and clear during the performance.

It'll be interesting to see what the 28-year-old has in store on the music front in 2015. Watch him serve up some soulful rhymes above.