This is magical.
This is magical.
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.
The next few months are going to be insane for new music. Drake, Lorde, Haim, Gaga, Katy, JT…and that’s just the beginning.
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.
Old SNL pals reunited for a ground-shaking performance of the very cautionary tale. New dad Jimmy is still beaming.
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.
JT filled a week of Late Night with new songs, greatest hits, fake arms, “The History of Rap” part four, and a barbershop version of “SexyBack.”
This might be harder than you think.
Mariah Carey stopped by Late Night and jammed with Jimmy Fallon, The Roots, and a bunch of adorable children. ‘Tis the season.
They sang “Rock You” on a Gibson float and even if it was lip synced, it was still awesome. If you hate your family, be thankful for Jimmy Fallon.
I’ve never heard this song before. It’s pretty good! (via interweber.tumblr.com)
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon has The Roots as their house band, probably one of the greatest late night show bands bands ever, and the guests took notice. Here is a supercut of every shout out to The Roots on the show created by the fine folk at Late Night themselves.
It’s hilariously mean. Here’s the song that Michele Bachmann walked out to on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,” a song which NBC has removed from subsequent clips and broadcasts. Hint: It’s a Fishbone song that rhymes with “Fryin’ Mass Witch.”
Watch Black Simon & Garfunkel perform LMFAO’s “Party Rock Anthem” on Late Night. One can only hope the entire album is being released soon. (via nymag.com)