Published: Tue, August 13, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

It's Finally Happened: Jacks Black And White Have Collaborated On New Music

It's Finally Happened: Jacks Black And White Have Collaborated On New Music

The White Stripes frontman even gives Black a tour of the Third Man headquarters, though the pair could barely keep a straight face throughout.

Like night turns to day, it seemed inevitable that Jacks Black and White would eventually collaborate on the music project of our dreams.

While there is no indication when the world will hear Jack Gray, get a glimpse of what to expect in the video below.

The video (shared on August 10) shows Jack Black, Kyle Glass and their touring band behind the scenes for their Lollapalooza performance, cracking jokes with Perry Farrell, eating pizza, and getting up to their usual slapstick shenanigans. "That's what we're hoping anyways", Jack Black explains while on the way to White's home studio.

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Jack White and Jack Black have become Jack Gray. "It's not quite done, it needs a little work, but I think that's where Jack White comes in and helps us pull it over the finish line".

He added: "This is a legendary collab". The anachronistic legend himself even chimes in on the duo: "I didn't realize, but they're actually not very nice guys", White says of Tenacious D. "Everyone's been waiting for it", Black claims and he's not wrong.

Tenacious D have unveiled a new documentary that delves into the most crucial meeting of musical minds in recent memory. During the auto ride, Tenacious D not only belt out Michael Jackson's "Black Or White" but also White's arguably biggest hit with The White Stripes: "Seven Nation Army".

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