Together, they featured in a skit called "Hip-Hop Carolers," where J. Lo, Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd, and Pete Davidson flipped hip-hop classics to fit the theme of Christmas and the movie Home Alone. Songs included City High’s “What Would You Do,” Pras’ “Ghetto Supastar (That is What You Are),” and Bone Thugs-N-Harmony’s “Tha Crossroads.”
The crew sang their remixed hits to a family who soon realized that the group was winging its performance. The family eventually find out the carolers’ real intentions when DaBaby popped out with a trash bag. “This my boy DaBaby,” one of the carolers says, “He’s been robbin’ you guys while we been caroling.”
“Yeah, I’m like Robbin Hood. I rob the rich, take it back to the hood,” DaBaby said with a big toothy grin.
This was the rapper’s first-ever performance on SNL. During his performance, he kicked things off with his song “Bop” with the Jabbawockeez. He also performed “Suge.”
For her part, J. Lo brought back the remake of her infamous green dress during her monologue. She also recapped her blissful year, where she turned 50, got engaged to Alex Rodriguez, went on a sold-out tour, starred in the critically acclaimed Hustlers movie, and is set to perform the 2020 Super Bowl Half Time Show with Shakira.