The cast of "Workaholics" was set to appear on "Conan" Tuesday (May 21), but it was announced before their segment that they had to back out at the last minute. Luckily, Conan O'Brien said the trio had booked their own replacement guest. He then introduced rap group The Wizards.
Of course fans of "Workaholics" may recognize The Wizards as the rapping alter egos of Blake Anderson, Adam DeVine and Anders Holm, along with Kyle Newacheck, who co-created the show. The group took the stage to perform "Straight Outta Mordor," a "Lord of the Rings"-flavored rap.
The performance was complete with wizard costumes, dancing girls and fire-breathing dragons. What more could you ask for from rappers? As the song ends, one of the Wizards makes a bold challenge, yelling, " Jay-Z, you'd better lock the door. We comin for ya."
The Wizards 2009 album, "Purple Magic," is available online and you can see the performance below. Warning: The language is NSFW.
Photo/Video credit: Conan