So I asked myself, “What’s better than Jimmy Fallon & Justin Timberlake…”

“…doing the History of Rap?”

It’s finding out that they then did Parts 2, 3, and 4.

Rap and hip-hop were never my top favorites, but this stuff was part of the background music of my youth – and both Fallon and Timberlake know what the heck they’re doing.  Timberlake in particular; you can forget that the guy actually is, you know, a singer.

Moe Lane

PS: Well, *I* enjoyed the living Hell out of it, and that’s good enough for me.


  • Darkcloud says:

    I only recognized maybe two songs, different generation and all but those two together are fantastic and sort of in a way remind me of Martin and Lewis. Great chemistry and the band is top notch…

  • techsan says:

    Thanks Moe! Half way through its impressive. Only one or two unknowns so far. Yeah. It was core culture at the time to hear this stuff. I even own (still) a Licensed To Ill cassette. And Timberlake started out for me as a one hit wonder. But his SNL skits turned me around. He’s a talent. I still have a way to go to watch Fallon. This was a point in his favor.

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