DJ Mustard Performs on The Tonight Show

DJ Mustard Performs on The Tonight Show

Last week DJ Mustard appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and he performed his hit song, ‘Ballin,’ featuring Roddy Ricch, who also made a guest appearance on the show.

‘Ballin’ is the third single off of Mustard’s album, Perfect Ten that debuted in the Summer of last year and it also put Mustard and Ricch on the charts for a little bit last year, giving Ricch his first number one when it peaked on the rhythmic songs chart late 2019. The single hit number 11 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, making it Mustard’s highest-charting song. His newest album, Perfect Ten, also gave us other hit singles like ‘Pure Water,’ featuring Migos and ‘On God,’ with ASAP Ferg, Tyga, YG and ASAP Rocky.

Ahead of the performance, DJ Mustard helped Jimmy Fallon give a “drip check,” where he shouted out everything he was rockin’ that day, giving us this hilarious edit of Fallon trying his hardest to look confident in his shoutouts.

Watch the performance of ‘Ballin’ below and let us know what you thought on Facebook or send us a tweet @thehoneypop!

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