Memphis-born pop legend and record producer Justin Timberlake was inducted into the Memphis Music Hall of Fame on Saturday by none other than longtime collaborator Jimmy Fallon. “Who better to induct him than me, Mrs. Justin Timberlake?” said Fallon before presenting Timberlake with the award. The two are known for collaborating in sketch comedy on both Saturday Night Live and The Tonight Show; most recently, they continued their “History of Rap” series. After his acceptance speech, Timberlake performed Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ On) The Dock Of The Bay” with another Memphis Music Hall of Fame inductee, Sam Moore. Timberlake has won nine Grammys throughout this career, including some for songs off 2014’s The 20/20 Experience. Watch the ceremony and performance below.
(via Rolling Stone)