“Robin Williams made such an impact on me and didn’t even know it.”
Questlove explains the blurring lines of America’s musical tastes.
Lovers of great music writing rejoice.
The elusive prodigy opened up last night in Brooklyn, as part of the Red Bull Music Academy Festival New York.
Getting Kanye West a children’s choir for his Fallon performance, and other behind-the-scenes tales of how The Roots are revolutionizing late-night TV.
No one does their homework like this Canadian DJ, who’s been surprising your favorite musicians since the ’80s.
Ylvis performed their viral hit “The Fox” on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and it was peeer-per-per-per-per-per-per-perperperfect.
He shouts it out at the 1:41 mark as he sings an adorable toy instruments version of “Blurred Lines” with Jimmy Fallon and The Roots.
Catch up on the month’s best songs, albums, and moments with new music by Kanye West, Nine Inch Nails, J. Cole, Disclosure, Hanson, and more.
The Roots drummer’s memoir Mo’ Meta Blues: The World According to Questlove is full of great stories, like when he completely embarrassed himself in front of Prince.
Or at least that’s what Questlove is saying.
Ad-Rock and Mike D made a guest appearance on the last day of Questlove’s “Classic Albums” course at NYU. So awesome.
The new iMadeFace app, available in the Apple Store, helps turn you into a cartoon. And of course, the internet is already on the celebrity fan art.
“The gay sites — they’re really bitchy. They’re the ones that sting the most.”
The battle went down on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and DANG, they are both really good drummers.
The Roots’ drummer and Twitter aficionado received an excellent business proposal on Saturday. At the very least, it should make for a pretty funny skit on “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.”