Ariana Grande has proved an unlikely showcase of the capabilities of Nintendo Labo, performing No Tears Left To Cry on the cardboard instruments with Roots and Jimmy Fallon. The band uses three Labo guitars, five Labo pianos and several other Labo kits including the robot.
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Fallon played using a combination of the guitar and piano setup, while Roots used a mixture of the robot kit, the fishing rod, Toy-Con pianos and drum machines to create the sounds live. I love that Nintendo does stuff like this. Usage of Nintendo Labo clearly made the performance unique and we're keen to listen more to this type of music. Why would you even think of this? We used the Variety Kit and we made a keyboard. "We'll help you do it'".
"It was totally weird and such a gamble", Jimmy told IGN. I didn't know if it was going to sound good, but Ariana is always down to try something fun and different. Basically, Nintendo Labo is similar to cardboard and can be bent. Fallon said that they got the song right on the second take, which is pretty impressive considering these are real musicians playing cardboard with something roughly the size of an iPad Mini attached to it.