Ariana Grande, Jimmy Fallon, and The Roots Rock Out With Nintendo Labo

Ariana Grande, Jimmy Fallon, and The Roots Rock Out With Nintendo Labo

With some light ingenuity (and a lot of patience), you can fashion controllers resembling guitars, drums and pianos, and even play them once paired with the Switch.

On Monday, The Tonight Show released a video of the 24-year-old pop star, along with host Jimmy Fallon and The Roots, doing a special rendition of "No Tears Left to Cry".

Band individuals utilized diverse Toy-Con from the Variety and Robot units. Usage of Nintendo Labo clearly made the performance unique and we're keen to listen more to this type of music. This time, however, she did so accompanied by Jimmy Fallon and The Roots on Nintendo Labo's line of cardboard instruments.

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"So this thing Labo is like cardboard - corrugated, I guess?" The tech definitely has a lot of potential and, in the right hands, can be used to make some pretty awesome things. "We'll help you do it, '" Fallon revealed to IGN. When you have a guitar, all you have is the guitar - that's your only instrument. So I can strum it and make it sound like a keyboard.

While Fallon led the band on guitar, Grande belted her vocals and took control of a custom Labo Triangle. Every time he raised it up it would make a amusing noise, nearly like a theremin. "You can make robots, you can make all sorts of fun stuff", Fallon said. I didn't know if it was going to sound good, but Ariana is always down to try something fun and different.

The segment will air as part of an episode that also features Nathan Lane, Yara Shahidi and Kygo featuring Miguel.

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