Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon Perform ‘History of Rap 4′

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake

Following a week of comedic bits and performances, Justin Timberlake closed out Timberweek with a bang. The multi-talented superstar recapped his past four days on “Late Night” and debuted the fourth installment in his “History of Rap” series with Jimmy Fallon.

With some help from The Roots, the duo served up a medley of hip-hop’s greatest hits, spanning from Run–D.M.C.’s “It’s Tricky” to Trinidad James’ “All Gold Everything.”

If that wasn’t enough, Justin took the stage for the grand finale, which featured a medley of his classics including “Like I Love You,” “My Love,” “Cry Me a River,” and “Senorita.”

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21 Comments

  1. Fábio

    It is freaking awesome! Showman!

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  2. Magdalena

    why they make fun of r&b and hip hop all the time? thats jts bread and butter

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    Tiffany Reply:

    @Magdalena, you know they were paying homage right?? i think you might be a tad bit too critical.!

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  3. Jhun Mosby

    I don’t care what anyone says Justin Timberlake is black! lol

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  4. killa cream

    making fun of r&b/hip hop when its ur bread and butter. dumbass. how about an nysnc spoof.

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    Jayson Reply:

    @killa cream, lmao youre too sensitive you should get out more

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    Hector Reply:

    @killa cream, Pull your head out of your ass, idiot.

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    TickTockTick Reply:

    @killa cream, lol

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    KaramelKisses Reply:

    @killa cream, you should really change your screen name to f*cking idiot. the history of rap sketches they’ve done is their way of paying homage to the artform. you do realize that they both have said that they are huge fans of the genre. and the fact that jimmy’s studio audience is mostly white, they may also be opening some eyes and minds. go put in a tampon & get off this blog!

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  5. Mrs. Carter

    Why didn’t they do Eminem as apart of the History of Rap? I was waiting for an Slim Shady song.

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    Jayson Reply:

    @Mrs. Carter, uh they did “Lose Yourself”

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    Christina D. Reply:

    @Mrs. Carter, they also did “my name is” is the first one.

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  6. Jjbaby

    losers

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    Omar Reply:

    @Jjbaby, Yeah, they’re such losers that you’re hear on their post, clicked the video, laughed and enjoyed it.

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  7. Greg

    This is why Jimmy Fallon reigns late night. His writers are so creative, he doesn’t care if he makes a fool of himself, he has the best guests & utilizes them well. This was classic, awesome, catchy, comical & original. Thanks Jimmy, JT, & The Roots!!!!!

    Looking forward to the next one.

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  8. Greg

    Lmao @ when they I’d macklemore

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  9. Greg

    They did****

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  10. TickTockTick

    he’s a square, capital S. maybe he should go back to wearing cornrows.

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    Raj Reply:

    @TickTockTick, Says the tough guy sitting on his ass.

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    TickTockTick Reply:

    @Raj, did i upset you? im sorry you cant take a joke about someone u dont even know. btw ima girl. loool

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