Get ready for a whole lot more "History of Rap."
Justin Timberlake has signed on for a week- long stint on "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," starting on March 11.
The residency marks the first time that a featured artist has appeared for a solid week on the NBC late-night show.
During his run on "Fallon," Timberlake will perform each night, and will sit down to chat with Fallon on the Monday and Friday episodes. (Our prediction: The topics will include Timberlake's new album "The 20/20 Experience," which goes on sale March 19.)
Timberlake's promotional juggernaut for the album also includes a March 9 appearance on "Saturday Night Live," serving as both host and musical guest. The singer will also launch a 12-city tour with Jay-Z this summer, starting July 17 in Toronto.
Timberlake has appeared on Fallon's show numerous times, with the pair often performing the ongoing hip-hop medley "History of Rap."
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