Macklemore & Ryan Lewis also took The Tonight Show audience "Downtown."
Sometimes you just gotta let loose.
Also, Brian Williams and Lester Holt rap.
Drizzy makes his second appearance on Jimmy's late night talk show.
Phantogram hit the stages of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform their single "Black Out Days" and promote their latest self-titled EP (available here). The EP serves as a teaser before they hit us with their sophomore album, Voices. PREVIOUS: Phantogram – Celebrate Nothing
The 16-year-old Kiwi songstress took to the stage last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon to perform her minimalist, multi-platinum smash, "Royals" which appears on her debut, Pure Heroine . PREVIOUS: ANTHM – Royals (AMGMix)
Before hitting the stage, Drake paired up with Jimmy in a battle against "Scar Jo" and Black Thought in a hilarious game of "Charades" on last night's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. PREVIOUS: Is A Remix of Drake’s “Wu-Tang Forever” w/ Wu-Tang Clan On The Way?
Up top, Jimmy Fallon, The Roots and Robin Thicke perform "Blurred Lines", sans Tip or Pharrell using basic instruments you'd find in a kindergarten classroom. Brilliant. After the jump, peep an official performance of "Blurred Lines" backed by The Roots. The new album is available now and can be streamed here.
The Lonely Island perform "YOLO" on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon backed by The Roots and Mr. Fallon himself. PREVIOUS: The Lonely Island – Semicolon f. Solange
Last Wed & Thurs, the editors over at Late Night With Jimmy Fallon gathered various clips from Rock Center With Brian Williams and stitched them altogether in the form of rap. Two raps, to be specific: Snoop's "Nuthin But a G Thang" and Warren G's "Regulate." Peep them up top and below. UPDATE: Added "Straight
Fallon and The Office star John Krasinski did a bit on Late Night where the two challenged each other to a lip-synch off and "performed" "They Want EFX," "Peter Piper" and some Boyz II Men. Definitely not as great as The History of Hip-Hop, but not bad at all. PREVIOUS: Eve Performs “Make It Out
Justin Timberlake Performs "Like I Love You, My Love, Cry Me a River" & "History of Rap pt. 4" (Video)
For the last night of JT's takeover of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, he performs a medley of older hits including the Neptunes produced Like I Love You, Cry Me a River and Senorita. Hit the jump for Jimmy & Justin's performance of The History of Rap pt. 4.
The leader of the United States joined Jimmy Fallon and The Roots on their late-night show to speak on student loans and making college cheaper... in their own unique way, of course.