Backed by The Roots and a string section, Frank Ocean made his national television debut on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The singer-songwriter, who’s penned tracks for Beyoncè, The Throne and Brandy, performed “Bad Religion,” a track from his Def Jam debut Channel Orange, which hit iTunes at midnight a week ahead of schedule. Get lost in the music below.
President Obama tackled the hot topic of student loans during his appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Backed by The Roots, POTUS and the Jimmy slowed jammed the news.
J. Cole continued his promo grind with an appearance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night. The Roc Nation rapper, who is nominated for Best New Artist at next weekend’s Grammys, performed “Can’t Get Enough” from his gold-certified debut album, Cole World: The Sideline Story. With The Roots providing the backing music, J. Cole delivers another great live performance. Watch below.
Common took break from his Drake bashing schedule to perform on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. With The Roots providing the instrumentation, Common ripped the stage with the feel-good tune “Celebrate,” the fourth single from his latest disc The Dreamer/The Believer.
Backed by The Roots, Robin Thicke took the stage on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. The blue-eyed soul crooner performed “Pretty Little Heart,” the second single from his latest album Love After War.
The Roots rock with Big K.R.I.T. on “Make My,” the lead single from their concept album undun, due December 6. Following the internal dialogue of character Redford Stephens, the introspective cut is the legendary hip-hop group at its best. The track, co-produced by Khari Mateen and The Roots, is slated for release on November 1.
Listen to “Make My” featuring Big K.R.I.T. and check out the official track list for undun below.