Jimmy Fallon, Robin Thicke & The Roots Sing "Blurred Lines" (Classroom Instrument Edition)

August 2, 2013 -

Christopher Lavinio

What noise does a banana make when used as a percussion instrument you ask? To be honest, we really aren't quite sure, but it sure looks ridiculous. Robin Thicke, the breakout artist of the summer with his smash hit Blurred Lines featuring Pharell Williams and T.I., showcased a different side to his single when he appeared on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon last night (August 1). With the debut of his solo album (go figure) Blurred Lines just a few days ago on July 30th, it was fitting for the thirty-six year old pop / R&B star to shed some light on his once "okay, I like this tune" single to, "can they PLEASE stop playing this 5 times in the same hour." But nevertheless, we are entertained by the silliness of a man using a banana as a percussion instrument to Robin Thicke himself using a spoon as a microphone. Enjoy this 'classroom edition' with special guest The Roots as we all hope this is the FINAL time we hear this song (I would only be lying if I wrote that, oh well).


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