21214134 by YardieGoals BSLBJFL by YardieGoals Black Star appeared on “Late Night With Jimmy Fallon” and performed “You Already Knew” from their forthcoming Aretha Franklin tribute. They also did J.Dilla’s “Little Brother” from the “Hurricane” soundtrack as a dedication to him.
Raphael Saadiq performed “Heart Attack” and “Stone Rollin’” from his brilliant new CD Stone Rollin’ on The Jimmy Fallon Show’s outdoor stage.
Lauryn Hill performed a tribute to Bob Marley on the Jimmy Fallon Show last night. She sang “Chances Are” and Could You Be Loved” in remembrance of Marley’s death 30 years yesterday.
The Copyright Criminals All-Star Band, Black Thought and ?uestlove did their best Public Enemy imitation with a show of “Fight The Power” on The Jimmy Fallon Show. James Brown legendary drummer Clyde Stubblefield also shared the stage.
Two nights ago Bootsy Collins was joined by The Roots on The Jimmy Fallon show for a performance of “Give Up The Funk (Tear The Roof Off The Sucker)” Fallon is proving to have some of the stronger musical showcases on television right now.
Bell Biv Devoe made a comeback performance of their ’91 hit “Poison” on the Jimmy Fallon show with help from The Roots. Luckily Ricky Bell saved the show with his well preserved vocals.
Who knew Black Thought could sing? The most mainstream The Roots will get. Some people are saying this is versatility and others are saying The Roots pulled a sellout move to keep their job with Jimmy Fallon.
Ice Cube and The Roots perform Cube’s classic on Jimmy Fallon.
Check out Suzanne Vega and The Roots perform one of the most enduring dance tracks ever live on Jimmy Fallon’s show.
Jill Scott just had a TV gig on ‘Law & Order: SUV.” Why Did I Get Married Too’ is coming out April 2nd.