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.

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

  1. 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…

  2. 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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