Alex Trebek Raps Kanye West, Drake Lyrics on 'Jeopardy!'

Posted February 25, 2017

He Trebek'd Drake's "Started from the Bottom", Desiigner's "Panda", K Dot's "m.A.A.d".

From Drake to Kendrick Lamar, Alex does it all, but it may be his rendition of Desiigner's Panda that's our personal favorite.

The Jeopardy! host showed off his skills on Monday night to everyone's delight during the show's collegiate tournament in a category called "Let's Rap Kids!"

"They mad they ain't famous, they mad they still nameless...but we still hood famous, yeah, we still hood famous", Trebek rapped. Trebek replied, "Yes, and I hope we don't get an email from him".

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He added before heading to a commercial break: 'I was just getting into this rap thing'. "I'm not too good at it, but I was getting into it!"

CULVER CITY, Calif - 'Jeopardy!' host Alex Trebek showed off his rapping skills during a recent episode, spouting lyrics from several popular rap artists.

The combination of the Canadian host and rap made for a very entertaining cross: it is like listening to a Shakespearean actor reading rap music.

In 2014, he rapped lyrics for the "The 1990s Rap Song" category, including songs from the Beastie Boys and MC Hammer.