Brian Williams: NBC News Anchor And Rapper Williams' budding music career has included mashups like "Baby Got Back" and "Gin and Juice." The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon mashes up Williams' broadcasts.
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Brian Williams: NBC News Anchor And Rapper

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Brian Williams: NBC News Anchor And Rapper

Brian Williams: NBC News Anchor And Rapper

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Williams' budding music career has included mashups like "Baby Got Back" and "Gin and Juice." The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon mashes up Williams' broadcasts.

DAVID GREENE, HOST:

Good morning. I'm David Greene. Here's Brian Williams, "NBC Nightly News" anchor and rapper.

(SOUNDBITE OF TV SHOW, "THE TONIGHT SHOW")

BRIAN WILLIAMS: (Rapping) Depths of the sea, back to the block. Snoop Doggy Dogg funky as the - the D.O.C. Went solo on that [bleep], but it's still the same. Long Beach is the spot...

GREENE: Williams's budding music career has included mashups like "Baby Got Back" and "Gin And Juice." Well, now it's Snoop Dogg's "Who Am I?" "The Tonight Show" starring Jimmy Fallon mashes up Williams's broadcasts. And you heard it here 'cause we're MORNING EDITION.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: Who?

GREENE: EDITION.

UNIDENTIFIED WOMAN: What?

GREENE: EDITION.

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