Justin Timberlake wrapped his week-long run on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon by joining the host in another installment of "History of Rap" medleys. Beginning with the Sugarhill Gang's "Apache (Jump On It)," with backing by the Roots, the pair touched on the Beastie Boys, 2 Live Crew, Missy Elliot and even Macklemore and Ryan Lewis before dashing out into the audience for a dramatic finale with Eminem's "Lose Yourself."
Last night's performance marked Fallon and Timberlake's fourth foray into rap history, and the pair introduced the segment with a brief debate over its revival. "OK," Timberlake finally agreed, "but this is the last time."
"Until the next time we do this," Fallon said.
Timberlake later continued the medley theme by performing a mix of his own hits, including "Cry Me a River," "Señorita" and "My Love."
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