The Emmy-nominated actress, who portrays Eleven on the fantasy-horror series, had previously showcased her rap skills with a verse from Nicki Minaj's "Monster." This time it was original material, giving viewers a quick rundown of everything they might have missed when "Stranger Things" took the world by storm last year.
Her verses covered Dungeons & Dragons, those crazy Christmas lights, Eggo waffles and even her own character's penchant for telekinetic nosebleeds. "Bad news when you see that bloody nose," she closed out before literally dropping the mic and joining Jimmy Fallon for a giant plate of waffles.
It may not have been the most thorough recap you can find about the crazy happenings in Hawkins, Indiana in 1983, but it certainly is the most fun to date. Brown played it straight in this rap, giving plenty of attitude.
Her performance kind of makes us wish Eleven was learning to better master English by listening to hip-hop music so maybe by Season 5 she can defeat an Upside Down monster with a freestyle throwdown.
"Stranger Things" was the breakout hit of 2016, quickly becoming the signature show for Netflix. The sequel season starring Brown, Winona Ryder, David Harbour, Finn Wolfhard, Gaten Matarazzo, Caleb McLaughlin, Natalia Dyer, Charlie Heaton and Joe Keery is currently available for streaming in its entirety.