The Tonight Show

Kobe Bryant might have sailed off into the sunset and settling well into basketball retirement en route to a definite first-ballot NBA Hall of Fame entry. However, the “Mamba” still has some tricks up his sleeve and showed off some little-known comic chops after delivering a poem inspired by sitcom nerd, Steve Urkel on The Tonight Show.

Future is the hottest rapper in the game at the moment. Last night (Feb. 22), the Atlanta rapper hit The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform “Draco” off his latest, self-titled album. 

Barack Obama was a special guest on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, and he slow jammed the news. Yes, it was awesome. 

Chance The Rapper was the musical guest on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon last night. The precocious Chicago MC performed a new single called “Blessings.”

Wiz Khalifa was the musical guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and he performed “Bake Sale,” minus Travi$ Scott off of his just released Khalifa album. Per usual, the Roots provided the musical accompaniment. 

Lin-Manuel Miranda, star of the hit Broadway musical Hamilton, made his The Tonight Show debut last Friday (Nov. 6) with Jimmy Fallon. Given the Hip-Hop focus of the musical, Fallon challenged Miranda and The Roots’ Black Thought to perform what became a dazzling freestyle display.

Talib Kweli hit the The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon and brought along Rapsody to perform “Every Ghetto.”

In case you forgot, Rick Ross’ second album of the year, Hood Billionaire, is in stores now. Last night (Dec. 11), Rozay performed “If The Knew” on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and was joined by K. Michelle.

Dave Chappelle is slated to perform a whopping nine shows at Radio City Music Hall in New York City beginning next week. Last night, the comedian visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon to speak on the upcoming dates and share a few hilarious stories.

What better place for The Roots to promote their …and then you shoot your cousin LP than their nightly platform, The Tonight Show? Last night (May 20), Hip-Hop’s favorite band performed track two, “Never,” for the live studio audience.

Alicia Keys and Kendrick Lamar hit The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon stage to perform “It’s On Again” on Friday night (April 25). This was their first-ever televised performance of the song, which appears on The Amazing Spider-Man 2 motion picture soundtrack.

The times have changed, but more than two decades after Arsenio Hall debuted his first late night show, the veteran host is still entertaining for the same reason. “I’m trying to do a show that fills a void for an audience that doesn’t have one. And so far, everything is working great,” he tells Hip […]