Jimmy Fallon And Justin Timberlake Perform The History Of Rap Part 6 And We Can't Stop Watching

"You are not straight outta Compton. You are straight outta Upstate New York."

Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake have one of the most epic bromances in history. When these two come together, comedy magic happens.

Recently, the duo joined forces on The Tonight Show in order to bring us the sixth installment of "The History Of Rap" to some extremely hilarious results.

Nostalgia hit hard when they sang LL Cool J's "Rock the Bells."

But JT wasn't having any of Fallon's "Straight Outta Compton."

"You are not straight outta Compton. You are straight outta Upstate New York," an exasperated Timberlake said.

The show got back on the road with "Let's Talk About Sex" by Salt-N-Pepa.

Things were going pretty good so far, but it was about to get kicked up to insane new levels.

Watching these two do the M.C. Hammer dance is basically everything the Internet has been waiting for.

But things came to a screeching halt once again when Fallon incorrectly sang "I'll lick your boom-boom down" during Snow's "Informer."

The two closed the mash-up perfectly with "(You Gotta) Fight for Your Right (To Party)" by the Beastie Boys.

Check out the entire performance below:

[H/T: People]

[All images via: Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon]