Thursday, July 2, 2015

Watch The Roots cover Daft Punk and Super Mario theme

Jimmy Fallon dipped into his weekly suggestion box and revealed two amazing musical requests from the show's fans.

Watch The Roots cover Daft Punk and Super Mario theme

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Black Thought rapping over the Super Mario Brothers theme on ´Jimmy Fallon´
Black Thought rapping over the Super Mario Brothers theme on 'Jimmy Fallon'

Jimmy Fallon dipped into his weekly suggestion box and revealed two amazing musical requests from the show’s fans.

Watch Black Thought rap over the Super Mario 8-bit theme and Questlove & “Captain” Kirk Douglas get down with a Simon & Garfunkel-laced version of Daft Punk’s “Get Lucky.”

The Roots will be performing at Wawa's Welcome America! festival on July 4th along with John Mayer, Ne-Yo, Demi Lovato and J.Cole.

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