Dazzling renditions of “I Love L.A.” and “My Life is Good”.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
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.
Legendary musician joins The Roots for “You Should Be Dancing”.
Just in case you’re not a fan of Bruno Mars.
The Roots drummer hosts a fried chicken cook-off.
“i find myself once again at the fork knife and spoon in the road.”
A star-studded cover of Fela Kuti’s “Trouble Sleep Yanga Wake Am”.
Plus, PJ will soundtrack this year’s World Series.
Questlove and Jimmy get in on the costumed action.
The Roots leader rides the Soul Train..
Questlove handled the choreography.
Best thing you’ll see all week.
An unlikely union makes for one of the most refreshing records of the year.
Fallon: Where the magic happens.
A meeting of the Five Timers Club.
The closest thing you’ll get to Joy Division on late-night TV.
With a little help from The Roots and a children’s choir.
The “moody, brooding affair” lands one week early.
After an epic eight months, what could possibly be left? A lot, actually.
A dramatic, thrilling network television debut.
With no Daft Punk, he had to find something to do…
The charity organization’s 19th compilation benefiting AIDS awareness.
They covered Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky”, because of course.
Because you never do “YOLO” solo.