Kimmel is still broadcasting from Brooklyn and last night he hosted Big Boi and Phantogram, who performed “Goldmine Junkie” and “Drum Machine” with backing from the The Brooklyn Express Drum Line.
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With his new album All Love Lost in stores now, Joe Budden hits The Nightly Show to talk “wealth therapy” and Ben Carson’s hard-on for Hitler with host Larry Wilmore, Jeff Daniels and Rachel Feinstein.
Continue below for episode 36 of ‘I’ll Name This Podcast Later’ with special guest Combat Jack.
It was synergy in Brooklyn last night as Jimmy Kimmel hosted Jay Z as a guest before walking him over to the Barclay’s Center for the TIDAL X: 10/20 concert. Check out various clips from Jay’s interview with Jimmy below, and watch his performance of “New York State of Mind”, which was also broadcast on Kimmel, above.
I’ve also included an archive of the official TIDAL stream of the show so you can check out what you missed. Be sure to head here to see Usher, Nas and Bibi Bourelly doing “Chains.”
Raury appeared on The Nightly Show last night as Larry Wilmore’s first ever musical guest with a live rendition of his song “Fly.” He also sat in on the guest panel where they discussed the controversy brewing in D.C. over storeowners using the GroupMe app to profile Black shoppers. Watch below.
Jeezy joined Larry Wilmore and his guest panel last night on The Nightly Show to debate Barack Obama’s presidential legacy and whether or not he did enough for Black Americans. I’m not sure what I expected from his commentary, but the Snowman held it down with some very realistic, logical points.
Previously: Migos ft. 2 Chainz & Jeezy – Pipe It Up (Remix)
If you’re like me and you’ve never in your life sat through a BET Hip-Hop Awards broadcast, you probably missed this Def Squad reunion cypher when the show aired earlier tonight. Here are Erick Sermon, Redman and Keith Murray bringing ’98 back.
Joey Bada$$ joined Larry Wilmore’s guest panel on The Nightly Show last night to discuss the shit-show that is the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election. The group talked about the perceived authenticity of various candidates amongst voters and Joey explained what he’s looking for in a potential nominee.
Continue below for a bonus clip of Joey on the All Purpose Show with Prince Paul.
Raury made his network TV debut last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert with a performance of “Devil’s Whisper”, from his upcoming album All We Need, due out October 16th. He stole it with a Mexico soccer jersey with a crossed out’Trump’ on the back.
Previously: Raury ft. Tom Morello – Friends (Video)