Sheck Wes was in the Halloween spirit Wednesday night. The Harlem rapper made his debut on The Late Show with Jimmy Fallon while donning a Jeepers Creepers II themed performance of his platinum single, “Mo Bamba.”
Wes dressed as the Creeper, donning sharp nails, grey hair, and a long black cape with a black undertaker hat to match. His dancers dressed as student athletes and the basketball hoop on stage alluded to the real life Mo Bamba— the NBA player Mohamed Bamba, whom Wes grew up with.
The once-internet viral, now double platinum track appears on the 20-year-old Senegalese-American rapper and model released his debut album, Mudboy earlier this month.
Though Wes performed a less-hype, censored television version of the track, it was very much so still a spectacle.
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Watch Sheck Wes’ Tonight Show performance above.
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