12 Of The Best Rap-Related Sketches On Late Night Televison
On Jimmy Kimmel Live two nights ago, Kimmel enlisted a child to read the transcript of Kanye’s four-part interview with BBC Radio 1 host Zane Lowe, which you can see above. Kanye didn’t think it was funny at all, unleashing a rant that turned Twitter upside down last night. Kimmel responded that evening with a series of tweets that continued to poke fun of Kanye for his angry rant at him and on also on air. This got us curious. What are some of the best rap-related parodies and skits on late night television (Jimmy Kimmel Live, Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Jay Leno, Conan O'Brien, David Letterman). So XXL dug up 12 rap-related sketches on late night television that we are sure you would enjoy.
On Jimmy Kimmel Live after the Kanye West/Taylor Swift incident, Jimmy made a sketch of how Taylor Swift would get her revenge back against Kanye, after interrupting her at the VMA Awards in 2009.
Jay Leno visits a retirement home and does a parody of the iconic intro song to Fresh Prince of Bel-Air.
Conan O'Brien does a parody of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian' unborn baby realizing who her parents are and making a run for it.
For Late Night #HasTags, Jimmy Fallon creates the hasttag, #FakeJayZLyrics which goes viral. He then chooses the best tweets and have Black Thought from the Roots recite them over a beat.
Jimmy Fallon and Ariana Grande perform rap hits like "99 Problems" and "Thrift Shop" with a Broadway twist.
Josh Groban sings the best of Kanye West tweets on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
A signature skit on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy shows another NBC News anchor Brian Williams rap mashup, this time performing the Warren G "Regulate."
Eminem teaches Briefcase Joe (Jimmy Kimmel) how to rap.
Drake teams up with Jimmy Kimmel for the new music video to their new song "Tweet Tweet."
T Pain sits down with Obama and teaches him the wonders of auto-tune.
The history of rap according to Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake.
Jay Leno surprises some unexpected fans and they perform a parody of a Nicki Minaj music video.