Millie Bobby Brown stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and brought her rap talents with her. Since Stranger Things just launched Season 2, she went ahead and rapped a recap of Season 1 so everyone could catch up. With the Roots accompanying her, she began, “Let’s go back to Indiana circa 1983/Just four boys in the basement chillin’ playing D and D.”
Brown recapped the disappearance of Will and then the appearance of her character, Eleven, saying, “That’s when they met me, Elev/I had no hair on my head/I had been so close to dead/Courtesy of Dr. Brenner who’s hunting me twenty-four sev.”
The Stranger Things rap was an immediate social media hit. Fans tweeted that Brown’s verse was “iconic,” dubbing her a “rap queen” and saying “there’s nothing she can’t do.”
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Millie recently blew minds by perfectly rapping Nicki Minaj’s song “Monster,” which was definitely a tough performance to top, but with her original verse, she may have done just that.
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