In honor of his upcoming album 20/20,Justin Timberlake has been co-hosting Late Night with Jimmy Fallon all week. This duo is just too good to be true. But it is true, and who isn't happy about it? We got some great performances from JT through the week including new songs off the new album and he even did a medley of his hits. But it was one of their recurring bits that hit it out the park. I think we were all ready for another rap history lesson, no?
Check out the latest installment "History of Rap 4"
If you did not think this is one of the best things you've seen, well there may be something wrong with you. 'Jump on It' in itself killed me. But the song choices, seriously, the best ever. "Rump Shaker". Yes, just that, PERIOD. And then freaking Jimmy Fallon doing his Eminemimpression throwing his jacket over his head. Literally DEAD. This wasn't their first lesson, but it was a reason for me to go back and get re-educated.
History of Rap: Lesson 1
I don't know why the quality of the video stinks, but the quality of the content makes up for it ;)
Best:The Humpty Dance & Nuthin but a G Thang
History of Rap: Lesson 2 & 3
The awesomeness continues! They are just too good!
Best of 2: Everything from It Takes Two to Insane in the Brain & Just a Friend
Best of 3: Baby Got Back to Jump Around
There was just too much funnyness not to share!
What was your favorite History of Rap?
What songs would you want to hear them put in to History of Rap 5?
Singer Robin Thicke was just like thousands of tourists who were stranded in Cabo San Lucas as a result of the devastating effects of Hurricane Odile. One thing that set Thicke apart from the other 30,000 panicked and stranded tourists, was that he attempted to use his celebrity and some cash to get out of Cabo faster than the less famous folks. The