BieberMania is back in full force with his VMA mini-comeback this past Sunday cementing his new single.
He does that further during his takeover of Jimmy Fallon last night. He performs said single “What Do You Mean?”, both for real with The Roots, and as a country ballad. The cool points for me come with his freestyle with Black Thought. Enjoy that, the drum-off with Questlove, and more below.
Vince Staples gets a fresh look on the new Jimmy Fallon last night and he brought along Jhene Aiko who performed “Lemme Know” with The Roots providing some live instrumentation as well. ICYMI last night, watch the performance above.
Lauryn Hill was last night’s musical guest on Jimmy Fallon and she performed her Nina Simone tribute “Feeling Good”, one of her 6 contributions to the Nina Simone tribute album. Watch Lauryn’s few and far between appearance on national TV above.
Jeremih’s album has still yet to come out but it looks like the club single he has with Flo Rida that dropped in the springtime is prime for a push this summer.
The music video is in the works and the two took the Jimmy Fallon stage last night to bring it to life live with The Roots (and some crazy, lit-up mannequins who, well, also come to life.) I liked the single when it came out actually and it’s still a go-to nighttime tune so give the live version a look-see above. Jeremih does his thing vocally too, love the little changes on the hook. (And keep a close eye for what looks like the Late Nights: The Album artwork.)
Jamie Foxx hit the Tonight Show for an entertaining segment with host Jimmy Fallon. They both put down some memorable impressions as Foxx won it with that John Legend x Toys R Us jingle. Or he maybe won it with the impromptu Doc Rivers impression. The lone, non-musical one is great too. Enjoy, ICYMI.
Snoop & The Roots performed together on last night’s Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and they chose “So Many Pros” from Snoop’s new Bush album to get the live limelight. In addition to the performance, Fallon had fun with Snoop in his “Real People, Fake Arms” segment, hah!