Rock and Roll Hall of Fame class has been announced. It includes Whitney Houston, Notorious B.I.G.
and the Doobie Brothers. Now, is the Rock and Roll
Hall of Fame right or wrong to let hip-hop and R&B in? Well, I don’t want to sound like the second most unwhite
white guy on the panel, but… (laughter) I mean, it’s what’s edgy,
you know? It’s what’s the… Rock and roll
challenges the status quo. Like, when the Doobie Brothers
came out in, like, 1965, it was like,
“Ooh, Doobie Brothers.” And then N.W.A. came out, and they were like,
“Yeah, cute.” (laughter) They let T. Rex in. -Uh…
-(woman whoops) -(laughter)
-What? What’s wrong with T. Rex? T. Rex is a band.
They got in. There’s… They still haven’t put in,
uh, Smashing Pumpkins, Iron Maiden,
the “Baby Shark” guy. SPADE:
Yeah, I… -Kajagoogoo.
-But T. Rex gets in. Oh, yeah. They say rap should go in
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But would, you know, Journey
get in the Rap Hall of Fame? -You know what I mean? If they
switched it around. -100%. -That’s a thinker. -Yes.
-That is a thinker. -I’m gonna think about that
for a while. -I think… I think the live show
would be exhilarating with all these dead people
in it. SPADE:
You want some live people? Host it in a cemetery, like… You want some live people in
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame? -Yeah. -Yeah, maybe we’ll get
Kenny Loggins in there. -He’s around.
-No, it’s kind of bittersweet because, you know,
because they’re dead, but the good news is that means they don’t have to go
to Cleveland. SPADE:
That is true. -Aw, we love Cleveland.
-That is… Ah, the old Cleveland joke. Can you get in
the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame if you’re on steroids? There’s too many Halls of Fames. -You know what I mean?
There’s too many. -Yeah. There’s sports…
Anyway, we’ll move it on. Um, it’s, uh… I don’t think we’re gonna fix
that one overnight. So, Tekashi69– probably one
of your favorite rappers– uh, he’s asking… Trying to include her.
Like, you know. Is asking a judge to let him
serve his pri-prison sentence at home, because he’s
a marked man in jail. The judge is like,
“Yes, literally. You have 40 tattoos
on your face.” And then the judge laughed. Um, anyway,
should they let him do this? I don’t know. I–
It’s just like, leave it to a millennial
to be like, “Ugh, prison.” (groans) (sighs) You know? “My… I’d really love to do this
in my bedroom.” -Yeah.
-You know? It’s like at school,
when I did detention, -I never thought of going,
“Can I do this at home?” -Yeah. Well, wait, he shouldn’t get
to do it in his actual house, ’cause he’s got a really nice
house. He’s really famous. He should do it in the house
that I grew up in. Just, like,
you have to shit outside and… -Shit in the yard. Just a gross
little shack. -Yeah. -Yeah. Yeah, I actually had an indoor
toilet. It was just a choice. Uh, but, still,
it’s-it’s just… (applause) Yeah, this kid.
And I can’t stay mad at him. He’s so cute. Is he? He’s got the “69” on his face. You can tell
that guy’s not married. I’m thinking about tattooing
on my face just a–
just a resentful hand job. It’s also actually… (cheering and applause) It’s actually quite… It’s quite a dangerous number
to have written across your– literally written
across your forehead in jail. I know. I think that’s… You got to let ’em know
what you like. -JAMIL: Yeah?
-SPADE: You got to let ’em know.