Jimmy Fallon, Ariana Grande, and The Roots sing using Nintendo Labo instruments

Jimmy Fallon, Ariana Grande, and The Roots sing using Nintendo Labo instruments

We've already seen The Roots and company using schoolroom instruments to make some incredible music, so it's no surprise to see what they can do with the power of the Labo suite. The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon and The Roots joined forces with pop superstar Ariana Grande to put together one of the coolest Labo-related things we've seen just yet, as Fallon, Grande, and The Roots perform a rendition of "No Tears Left to Cry".

While Ariana was on vocals, Jimmy played the Guitar and Piano Studio. This time Jimmy says that he wanted to do something with the Nintendo Labo and he did this.

We made a full-on band using Labo.

'We made guitars by putting rubber bands over the Switch tablet so that it actually feels like you're strumming as your fingers touch the screen. We asked if we could make other cardboard things like guitars and they [Nintendo] said, 'Of course!

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Fallon played using a combination of the guitar and piano setup, while Roots used a mixture of the robot kit, the fishing rod, Toy-Con pianos and drum machines to create the sounds live.

Nintendo Labo for the Switch has captured the imagination of gamers everywhere and has already inspired some awesome inventions and music.

It doesn't take much to make Ariana Grande's new single sound good. Whatever you dream of, you can make it.