Jeb Bush Slow Jams The News With Jimmy Fallon On 'The Tonight Show'

06/17/2015 01:27 am ET | Updated Jun 17, 2015

OOOoohhh yeah!

Jimmy Fallon brought back his "Slow Jam the News" segment -- this time with newly announced GOP presidential candidate Jeb Bush joining him and The Roots.

As is "Slow Jam" custom, Bush recited his talking points while Fallon and Black Thought sang in response, their lines often dripping with sexual innuendo.

"After months of being a total caucus tease, Jeb finally made up his mind and quit beating around the Bush," Fallon sang during the slow jam. Black Thought also referred to Bush as a "master debater."

At one point, Bush switched to Spanish to deliver a line about immigration, which briefly changed the music to a Latin beat.

"Hold the telefono!" Fallon cracked. "I know you just got back from Miami, but I didn't think I was interviewing Gov. Pitbull."

Mmm-mmm-mmmm. Check it out in the clip above.

Previous "Slow Jam" guests have included President Barack Obama, former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and embattled NBC News anchor Brian Williams.

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