Philadelphia native also worked with Jay Z, Al Green, and Erykah Badu.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
DJ Tiësto, The Roots, and fun. also playing charity concert.
Secret songs that became some of our favorites.
Foo Fighters, Kanye West, OutKast, and Arctic Monkeys top this year’s exciting lineup.
Chappelle discusses his encounters with a number of musicians on Friday night’s episode of The Tonight Show.
A cinematic and metaphor-heavy exploration of inner-city violence.
Radio City Music Hall gigs feature The Roots, Erykah Badu, Janelle Monáe, and more.
Chili Peppers team up with The Roots to perform a Funkadelic cover and “Give It Away”.
A mid-tier Roots album that comes off feeling incomplete.
The Legendary Roots Crew teams up with A-Trak and the Metropolis Ensemble.
A trippy stop-motion clip in support of And Then You Shoot Your Cousin.
Iconic rap crew explore social issues and denser sounds with 11th studio album.
Merrill Garbus re-enacts her video for “Water Fountain” with help from The Roots.
New data parses rappers’ lyrics to find the answer.
A second, more peppy taste of And Then You Shoot Your Cousin.
A bitting rendition of “Move That Dope” with The Roots.
The National, Lorde, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Replacements, Nas, and more.
Featuring the work of late New York artist Romare Bearden.
Hall of Fame inductee dazzles with “The First Cut Is The Deepest” and “The Wind”, accompanied by The Roots.
All-star performances of “One Love” and “The World Is Yours” in celebration of Illmatic.
Our first taste of And Then You Shoot Your Cousin.
See, kids, dreams do come true.
Dazzling renditions of “I Love L.A.” and “My Life is Good”.
A “concept album in the spirit of (2011′s) undun.”
The Bawse tears through “Devil is a Lie” with help from The Roots.
“It’s my fantasy to play a dead body on Law & Order.”
An intimate behind-the-scenes video featuring rehearsal footage and interviews.
Plus, watch The Roots re-enact a scene from The Bachelor and Fallon sing R Kelly’s “Ignition (Remix)”.
A rooftop performance of “Invisible” and an acoustic rendition of “Ordinary Love”.
Plus: Fallon talks what fans can expect for The Tonight Show.
An outtake from last week’s episode of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon.
Bon Iver mastermind performs “Woods”, intros David Beckham.
Plus: Lykke Li, The Roots, Broken Bells, and Foster the People.