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Jimmy Fallon is currently in the middle of Video Game Week on his late-night talk show, and last night his house band, The Roots, was encouraged to add some lyrics to the Super Mario theme. Tariq, aka Black Thought, delivered and the result was awesome.
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In terms of classic rap songs with NBA references, Ice Cube’s “It Was A Good Day” has one of the most notable lyric that mentioned the “Lakers beat the Supersonics”.
Last night, Ice Cube performed a stripped-down version of the hit and when the song came to the Supersonics lyric, he decided to drop a “What Happened To The Supersonics?” instead:
Hopefully, when the...
A.B. Late Night host Jimmy Fallon brought back one of his fan-favorite segments to “honor’ the players of this years 2013 Stanley Cup Finals.
Fallon handed out superlatives to both the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks – here are the best of the Black and Gold:
I get it, he look like Bevis. Decent but #5 for a reason.
Now that I think about it, Horton does look a...
On Tuesday night’s episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, host Fallon handed out his own “Late Night yearbook superlatives,” as he’s wont to do, with members of the Boston Bruins and Chicago Blackhawks as the lucky recipients. Needless to say, they’re all pretty hilarious, but in my humble opinion the ones for Brad Marchand, Michael Frolik and Michal Handzus stand out...
Ice Cube was feeling nostalgic so he dusted off his mic and took his iconic song ‘It Was A Good Day’ to the set of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon for a quick performance. Press play on the video below.
Jimmy Fallon unveils his 2013 Stanley Cup Finals Superlatives and they are pretty witty.
This is awesome. On a recent episode of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon a fan asked the youthful host to come up with lyrics for the iconic Super Mario Bros. music. Although this isn’t the exact beat, Black Thought from The Roots took ‘on the challenge and ended up doing a really great job. [...]
Twenty years ago (yes, I said twenty), rapper Ice Cube released his most well-known single, “It Was A Good Day”, which contained the famous line “the Lakers beat the Supersonics”. The line lost all meaning in July 2008, after the Supersonics packed up and moved for other pastures in Oklahoma City. This fact is not lost on Cube, who appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon...
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Not bad, Seinfeld. Not bad at all. Regardless if you think this is hilarious or not, you ha…
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