Tonight's show celebrates the finals of the World Cup, about which we are so sick of hearing it is not even funny. (What happened to our God-given American right to ignore soccer?) But this was the first year the tournament took place in Africa, and today's way cool line-up of bands pays homage. It's headed up by the beloved Late Night band the Roots (showing off their new album, How I Got Over) and features spots from Brooklyn's Talib Kweli and the Sierra Leone–hatched, NYC-based Bajah and the Dry Eye Crew.
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