Millie Bobby Brown stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and she brought her rap talents with her. Since Stranger Things just launched season two, she went ahead and rapped a recap of season one so everyone could catch up. With The Roots accompanying her, she began, "Let's go back to Indiana circa 1983. Just four boys in the basement chillin' playing D and D."
Brown recapped the disappearance of Will and then the appearance of her character, Eleven, saying, "That's when they met me Elev. I had no hair on my head. I had been so close to dead. Courtesy of Dr. Brenner who's hunting me twenty-four sev."
The Stranger Things rap was an immediate social media hit with fans taking to Twitter calling Millie's verse "iconic," dubbing her a "rap queen," and saying "there's nothing she can't do."
Millie recently blew minds by perfectly rapping Nicki Minaj's song, "Monster," which was definitely a tough performance to top, but with her own original verse, she may have done just that.