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Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon And The Roots Teach The History Of Rap, Again

Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Fallon And The Roots Teach The History Of Rap, Again

Last year, Justin Timberlake made an incredible performance on Jimmy Fallon, doing a monster medley of rap songs called "The History of Rap." He was on Fallon's show last night promoting Friends With Benefits, and he and Fallon reprised the "History of Rap," running through a bevy of rap songs, including "Let Me Clear My Throat," "The Breaks," "Hot In Herre," "In Da Club," "All We Do Is Win" and "A Milli" and others. There's literally nothing that Justin Timberlake can't do. I want to hate him so much, but he's just the best. And you could totally see Fallon becoming the king of late night with goofy bits like this. [Audio Perv]

 

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i think the rick ross by fallon was the best part

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seconded.

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