Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon break down the history of rap
Justin Timberlake may be concentrating on his acting game lately as he hops from talk show to talk show promoting his new movie, "The Social Network," which opens in theaters today. (Jen wrote about it earlier this week.) But on Wednesday's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" Timberlake reminded us that he's all kinds of musically gifted, too. Timberlake and Fallon teamed up to perform "The History of Rap" and, almost 48 hours later, the clip is going viral.
So whether you're a Timberlake fan, a Fallon fan or (like me) a lifelong rap aficionado, enjoy:
Reminder: This isn't Timberlake's first musical collaboration with an "SNL" cast member. He and Andy Samberg made comedy history in 2006 with the incomparable "[Expletive] in a Box."
| October 1, 2010; 7:47 AM ET
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