Watch Justin Timberlake And Jimmy Fallon Do The History Of Rap 4, Song List Included

By Kelly West 2 years ago
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Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake are up to their old tricks again, documenting the "History of Rap" with an excellent rap medley. The above video, which comes from Friday night's episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon is the fourth of the musical segment, and according to the musician and late night talk show host, it's the last one… until the next time they do it, of course.

For those of you compelled to make a playlist out of the featured songs, here's the list of tunes featured in the medley.
·         Sugarhill Gang – Apache (Jump On It) - 1981
·         Grandmaster Melle Mel - White Lines (Don’t Do It) – 1983
·         Kurtis Blow – Basketball – 1984
·         Fat Boys – The Fat Boys – 1984
·         Run DMC – Its Tricky - 1987
·         Beastie Boys - No Sleep Till Brooklyn - 1987
·         LL Cool J – Going Back to Cali - 1988
·         Slick Rick – Children’s Story - 1989
·         2 Live Crew - Me So Horny – 1989
·         Public Enemy – Fight the Power - 1989
·         A Tribe Called Quest – Scenario – 1991
·         Cypress Hill – Hand on the Pump – 1991
·         Wreckx-N-Effect – Rumpshaker – 1992
·         Salt N Pepa – Shoop – 1993
·         Snoop Doggy Dogg - Gin and Juice - 1993
·         Busta Rhymes - Woo-Ha! Got You All In Check - 1995
·         The Notorious B.I.G. – Hypnotize - 1996
·         Missy Elliot - Get Ya Freak On – 2001
·         Jay-Z – Izzo (H.O.V.A.) – 2001
·         Nelly – Ride Wit Me - 2001
·         50 Cent – P.I.M.P. –  2003
·         Chamillionaire – Ridin Dirty – 2006 // Wiz Khalifa – Black and Yellow – 2010
·         Trinidad James - All Gold Everything
·         Macklemore and Ryan Lewis – Thrift Shop – 2013
·         Eminem –Lose Yourself – 2002

Timberlake's appearance on Late Night Friday night capped off a week-long run as the musical guest on the NBC late night talk show for the "Suit & Tie" singer. Earlier this week, he and Jimmy performed a ragtime version of "SexyBack," and Timberlake also performed his new single "Mirrors," off of his upcoming album The 20/20 Experience. Given the popularity of the History of Rap segment, the fourth installment seems like the right way to close out a fun and entertaining week on the series.
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