Jimmy Fallon

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Neil Young, Bruce Springsteen, you've got a rival in the record department.

Late Night host Jimmy Fallon has announced plans to release his second comedy album sometime next summer, which will feature various comedy bits and some of his most popular musical parodies from his NBC talk show that have since gone viral.

So what will make the cut?

Will it be his classic rendition of Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair" while doing his uncanny impersonation of Young and the Boss as special guest? His "History of Rap" with Justin Timberlake? Or maybe his spoof of Justin Bieber and those unfortunate paternity allegations ("It's Not My Baby")?

The album will be the funnyman's second musical effort, coming almost 10 years since 2002's The Bathroom Wall.

"Having a new album coming out soon on Warner Bros. means so much to me," Fallon said in a statement. "Mostly, it means I should probably start writing some songs."

No word yet on an exact release date, but the SNL vet will no doubt get plenty of inspiration, as he announced on Twitter that he'll be filling in for Casey Kasem this weekend emceeing American Top 40.

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