2 Chainz & Gucci Mane Perform 'Good Drank' on 'The Tonight Show'

  /  02.28.2017

2 Chainz and Gucci Mane take over late night.

The Atlanta duo performed their “Good Drank” collaboration on “The Tonight Show” with a little help from The Roots, Mike Dean, and Fonzworth Bentley.

Although Quavo couldn’t be there, a dancing choir took his place. Led by Fonzworth, the choir pantomimed each verse and harmonized the hook, giving the track a different vibe altogether.


Over a bed of smoke, Guwop performed his verse while 2 Chainz closed the performance out with a freestyle on top of Mike Dean’s piano, shouting out André 3000, who was backstage during rehearsals and taping.


As if that wasn’t enough, Gucci and Tity also played a game of “Password” with actors Keri Russell (“The Americans”) and Aaron Paul (“Breaking Bad”). Teamed with Aaron, the Wopster came out victorious over Hairweave Killer and Keri as they guessed words like pickle, tequila, and mosquito.

The winning word was “purple,” which Guwop helped Paul guess with a musical clue. “Prince,” he said. “Think of Prince. The great Prince. The late great Prince. There’s only one Prince. He was the greatest.” Paul responded correctly and the win was sealed.

Gucci Mane is currently prepping the release of DropTopWop and his “TrapGod Tour,” which launches April 5. Meanwhile, 2 Chainz’s Pretty Girls Like Trap Music, with potential appearances by Justin Bieber and Drake, is due April 7.


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