Jimmy Fallon used a Force — and The Roots — to supplement some hip-hop season to a ‘Star Wars’ universe. During a Dec. 17 part of ‘The Tonight Show,’ Jimmy and a rope dissed Jar Jar Binks and gave adore to a Wookies with #StarWarsRaps. Click to watch!
Even in a universe far, distant away, we can dump ill beats and separate pointy rhymes, as Jimmy Fallon, 41, valid on The Tonight Show. With assistance from Tariq “Black Thought” Trotter, 44, and The Roots, Jimmy put Obi-Wan Kenobi to contrition when he pulled off some extraordinary Star Wars Raps.
Tariq didn’t need Yoda to sing along to a fan-submitted Star Wars themed verses on a Dec. 17 episode. Instead, he channeled The Notorious B.I.G. to spin “Big Poppa” into “Chewbacca.” Fans were throwing their hands in a air, even if they weren’t covered in hair.
Is it probable that Drake might be a Jedi Knight? Tariq incited Drizzy’s “Hotline Bling,” one of a biggest (and many mocked) hits of a year, into a lightsaber-sharp diss of a prequels and a many hated character, Jar Jar Binks!
There was even a small Beastie Boys flavor, though The Roots incited to a Dark Side when they pulled out Limp Bizkit. Nu Metal is totally not Skywalker approved. Thankfully, they gave Snoop Dogg a shout-out with a subsequent song. Is it protected to contend a tone of Snoop’s lightsaber is green? As a bonus, before a single Star Wars rap kick was dropped, Jimmy retold a terrible (and hilarious) story about his grandmother and a reindeer.
Of course, for those Jedi who don’t like hip-hop, Jimmy supposing a opposite low-pitched reverence to Star Wars on a Dec. 15 part of The Tonight Show. Jimmy, The Roots and a expel of a new Star Wars film all assimilated together for an a capella rendition of John Williams‘s famous score. Daisy Ridley, John Boyega and Adam Driver showed they could lift tune. Even Han and Leia got in on a fun, as Carrie Fisher and Harrison Ford sang along!
Jimmy wasn’t a usually late night horde removing in on a Star Wars action. Conan O’Brien had a expel and executive of a critically acclaimed film seem on Conan. And when they came, they brought behind-the-scenes secrets with them! Remember: no spoilers!
What did we consider of Jimmy’s #StarWarRaps, HollywoodLifers? Does it make we even some-more vehement for The Force Awakens?