Posted by , Jul 7, 2016 at 03:19am
Jeopardy decided to use ASAP Rocky, Questlove & Prince as answers on Wednesday's episode.

Just days after seeing contestants on Jeopardy not know a question about Kanye’s Life Of Pablo album, the long-time running game show decided to once again test the hip-hop knowledge of their latest players on Wednesday’s episode.

Using the category “My Name Is Symbolic ”, Jeopardy had three separate artists used as answers on yesterday’s episode, them being A$AP Rocky, Prince, & The Roots’ Questlove. For Rocky’s question, Jeopardy included Clams Casino & Danger Mouse in the description as well, asking “Clams Casino & Danger Mouse helped produce the rap album that featured “Goldie” by A$AP name?”

Check out the questions & clips from Wednesday’s show below.

Hey @questlove @theroots @jimmyfallon @fallontonight!! #800Dollars #Jeopardy #TheRoots 💙😎

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A$AP Rocky, Questlove & Prince Were All Answers On Jeopardy

Jeopardy decided to use ASAP Rocky, Questlove & Prince as answers on Wednesday's episode.


Just days after seeing contestants on Jeopardy not know a question about Kanye’s Life Of Pablo album, the long-time running game show decided to once again test the hip-hop knowledge of their latest players on Wednesday’s episode.

Using the category “My Name Is Symbolic ”, Jeopardy had three separate artists used as answers on yesterday’s episode, them being A$AP Rocky, Prince, & The Roots’ Questlove. For Rocky’s question, Jeopardy included Clams Casino & Danger Mouse in the description as well, asking “Clams Casino & Danger Mouse helped produce the rap album that featured “Goldie” by A$AP name?”

Check out the questions & clips from Wednesday’s show below.

Hey @questlove @theroots @jimmyfallon @fallontonight!! #800Dollars #Jeopardy #TheRoots 💙😎

A video posted by Katie Williard (@kwilliard) on

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