The Roots' Black Thought raps about autumn on The Tonight Show

When requested to make a song about the fall season, Black Thought may have freestyled his way to a new seasonal classic. It's a must-hear!

Despite an unseasonably warm Halloween (not that we're complaining) the fall season is in full swing. It might be time for us to have a full autumn anthem, and just in time for the harvest, The Roots' Black Thought is here to provide!

Better known to Tonight Show viewers as Tariq Trotter, leader of the best band in late night television, Black Thought's still one of the best MCs on the planet, and last night's rhymes reminded us he's as sharp as ever.

As part of The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon's "Audience Suggestion Box" segment, Fallon was requested to make a song all about the fall. Opting to deflect to Black Thought, we were treated to a truly great jam reminding us everything great about the season. More than just a fun novelty, the rhymes covering everything from apple orchards to football to Thanksgiving excitement are all excellent.

Plus after we're treated to an elusive unrelated shot of Jimmy Fallon's socks. What more could you want?

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