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Jimmy Fallon Makes Brian Williams Rap Marky Mark's 'Good Vibrations'

With Mark Wahlberg on the show, Jimmy Fallon makes Brian Williams rap Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch's 'Good Vibrations'.

"We search through footage, like a year full of news footage from Brian Williams. We look through everything where we take out different clips of him saying different words," explains Fallon of the recurring feature.

"Then we edit it all together to make it sound like he's rapping. It comes together better than you actually think."

And below is the music video for the original from the group led by Wahlberg.

July 30, 2013 |

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