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Their ongoing 'History of Rap' series has been a monster hit and Fallon decided to close out his first week of being a host on 'The Tonight Show' with their performance. (Ani) »
- Amith Ostwal
Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake just gave us another highly entertaining lesson in the "History of Rap." The pals performed a fifth installment of their popular segment on Friday, as they closed out Fallon's inaugural week as host of The Tonight Show. The 33-year-old entertainer and the 39-year-old late-night host unleashed some classic tunes, including a medley of verses from hit makers LL Cool J, Run Dmc, Tone Loc, Beastie Boys, Kendrick Lamar, Salt-n-Pepa, Jay Z, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince and much more. Some highlights included the Fresh Prince Theme, perhaps a nod to Will Smith who was the first guest on Monday, and Aerosmith and Run Dmc's "Walk This Way" as the »
Break it down, J.T.! Justin Timberlake stopped by The Tonight Show Friday to support pal Jimmy Fallon as he closed out his inaugural week as the brand-spankin'-new host of the late-night talk show. And to celebrate the crooner's first appearance on Fallon's new gig, the two decided to unearth an old fave: their trusty "History of Rap" sketch, from Fallon's Late Night stint. For Friday's big blowout, the two unveiled their fifth installment in the ongoing series, spitting out verses from hits by the Beastie Boys, LL Cool J, Kris Kross, Salt-n-Pepa, DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, Outkast, »
- Alexis L. Loinaz
Late night Bff's Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake (it turns out Jt has stayed at Jimmy's house!) reunited for the fifth installment of the History of Rap. In case you missed the first four medleys because you go to bed at 11 Pm or avoided the constant twitter or facebook buzz about the first four, the History of Rap finds Jimmy and Jt rapping and singing some of the greatest songs in the history of Hip-Hop. And, if you thought they'd run out of tracks you're wrong. You're, very, very wrong. We won't spoil the complete track list, but you can watch the performance embedded here and then find out what they included below. What do you think they should include in the History of Rap...6? Here's the complete list courtesy of NBC. LL Cool J -- I'm Bad Run Dmc -- Beats to the Rhyme Crazy Calls - Wait for »
- HitFix Staff
Following a week of guest appearances that ranged from Bradley Cooper to Michelle Obama, was Timberlake – who had the honor of being the only guest on The Tonight Show on Friday night. Before Fallon and Timberlake began the fifth installment of their popular gag, the audience erupted in cheers.
Tone Loc’s “Wild Thing,” The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Big Poppa,” Run Dmc and Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way,” the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air theme song, Salt ‘N’ Peppa’s “Whatta Man,” Kriss Kross’s “Jump,” “99 Problems,” by Jay Z and Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” all made the cut for the latest “History of Rap” installment.
Timberlake and Fallon last teamed up for a “History of Rap” performance in March 2013 on Late Night’s Timberweek. However, their last music collaboration was in December, »
5 items from 2014
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