Janelle Monáe graced the stage on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night, where she paid tribute to late, great Rock legend Jimi Hendrix by performing his classic Axis: Bold as Love song, “Little Wing.” She was backed by house band The Roots and her guitarist Kellindo Parker, who gave a hell of a Hendrix impression.
Jimmy Fallon is surely about to get a pay raise. With its current host, Jay Leno, seemingly on the way out, Fallon will be taking over The Tonight Show. And yes, the Roots will be coming along.
Singer, songwriter and performer Prince has been one of the most successful musicians of his generation. Beginning his career in the late 1970s, the Minneapolis native continues to captivate fans all over the world. That magnetic allure and still-formidable star power is the centerpiece of a new book from MSNBC talk show host and culture […]
Like we always do at this time, Justin Timberlake returned to Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night to perform for the fourth night in a row as a part of “Justin Timberweek.”
Day 3 of “Justin Timberweek” continued on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon as the singer took over the show in anticipation of his third solo album, The 20/20 Experience.
Justin Timberlake began his week-long takeover of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon last night as a guest and performer on the show.
Even the word prolific isn’t enough to describe the Roots drummer and frontman Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson. Besides leading his band daily on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, recording albums with the legendardy Roots crew and helping to put the finishing touches on a long delayed D’Angelo project, Questlove is releasing a memoir.
Two years ago, most of the world was introduced to the Odd Future movement through Tyler, The Creator’s television debut on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
The grind never stops for Legendary Roots Crew lyricist Black Thought, who revealed a few projects he’s planning to release this year in an interview with The Über Urban. The news includes a forthcoming solo album, tentatively titled The Talented Mr. Trotter, as well as an autobiography/memoir, film, and a few surprising collaborations in the fashion […]
A new D’Angelo album is on the horizon, according to ?uestlove. When asked by Hot 97’s J. Medina the drummer of the Legendary Roots Crew let the cat out of the bag.
Late Night With Jimmy Fallon is must see TV for any music fan every night. Why? For hilarious bits like this.
Last night, Hip-Hop fans’ prayers were answered, in a way, courtesy of Late Night With Jimmy Fallon. The talk show was the locale for infamous Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man to connect with The Roots for an epic performance of Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers) track “Protect Ya Neck.”