Saturday, 22 September, 2018

Ariana Grande uses Nintendo Labo to recreate her new single

Screen_Shot Ariana Grande uses Nintendo Labo to recreate her new single
Stacy Diaz | 15 May, 2018, 19:33

What do you get when you combine The Tonight Show's Jimmy Fallon and The Roots, music superstar Ariana Grande, and the all-new highly innovative construction toy, Nintendo Labo?

Jimmy Fallon is known for creative performances of songs. The tech definitely has a lot of potential and, in the right hands, can be used to make some pretty unbelievable things. Nintendo just stood them up.

"So this thing Labo is like cardboard - corrugated, I guess?" For the two Nintendo Labo kits now available, you'll have to shell out just under £120.

Band members used different Toy-Con from the Variety and Robot kits.

As a chart-topping musician himself, Fallon was quite impressed with the amount of flexibility Labo allows its users with their creations. If you have pedals maybe that can change your sound. I can strum it and make it sound like a bird sound. The special edition of "Classroom" was further enhanced by a cool editing trick that divided the screen into geometric shapes, with Grande and the band drifting across the screen in a series of colorful triangles, squares, and equilaterals. Tariq of The Roots used the Toy-Con Fishing Rod, and Kamal and James utilized two Toy-Con Pianos to play both higher octaves and the bass. My boys (9,7) love to build the Labo toys and playing with them. It was totally freakish and such a gamble.

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

This episode was aired on Monday and the fans enjoyed the show thoroughly.