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Lil Wayne performed his Funeral album track “Dreams” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last night, with some assistance from The Roots.

Weezy showed up to his Tonight Show performance decked out in a fur coat, spiky beret, and sunglasses. In the high energy, autotune-assisted performance Wayne sings about his biggest fears: “I had a dream I was broke/ No diamonds and no gold/ Most saddest story ever told."

Check out his electrifying performance below.

Earlier on the show, Wayne joined guests Claire Danes and Lana Condor for a game of VR Pictionary. Watch the hilarious segment here.

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