It's been a hip hop-heavy week on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, whose latest guest was Common performing his new single "Say Peace" alongside the song's two guest vocalists: PJ and Black Thought (the latter of whom is also in The Roots, aka Fallon's house band). It's not exactly clear how "live" or "together" the performance was, as a green screen was definitely involved, but it's a very cool clip. This followed Big Boi, Sleepy Brown, Killer Mike and Big Rube performing "We The Ones" on the Fallon stage on Monday, and Busta Rhymes (with Anderson .Paak) on Halloween. Watch those three performances below.
While this was all going down, a two-week-old clip from Fallon, in which Bernie Sanders essentially predicted the delayed outcome of the election, has been going viral. In the clip, the Vermont senator said, "You're going to have a situation, I suspect, in states like Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, other states, where they are going to be receiving huge amounts of mail-in ballots. Unlike states like Florida or Vermont, they're not able — for bad reasons — to begin processing those ballots until Election Day, or maybe when the polls close. That means you're going to have states dealing with perhaps millions of mail-in ballots." You can view that clip below too.