Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake are Back at It: Check Out Part 6 of Their History of Rap (Video)

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It was a big day for Hip-Hop in late-night television yesterday. With Kendrick Lamar’s awe-inspiring performance on Stephen Colbert’s “Late Show” last night and the return of the Fallon-Timberlake duo to the “Tonight Show,” there is plenty to go around. Since 2010, the two have partnered in medley-style performances of Hip-Hop classics, both old and new and last night, they lit up the studio with part 6, featuring works by Whodini, Slick Rick, Public Enemy, Nelly, Bone Thugs, R. Kelly, Drake, Big Sean, and plenty of humor. Check it out.

The Hip-Hop didn’t leave Fallon when this sketch was over. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis came by and performed their latest single, “Downtown,” for which they invited Kool Moe Dee & the Treacherous Three for a memorable performance on last month’s MTV Video Music Awards and who joined them again for this performance (Rahzel makes an appearance, too).

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