| February 21 2017,

9:56 pm

Alex Trebek is coming for the number one spot, rappers. Better get your bars up.

On Monday's episode of Jeopardy!, three college-aged students took on the themed board in an attempt to win big. One of the categories, "Let's Rap, Kids" took on a life of its own when host Alex Trebek had to recite famous lyrics from popular rap songs, include Kanye West's "Famous" and Desiigner's "Panda."

Twitter users were quick to put the host's a cappella bars to their respective beats:

Rap categories aren't new to the Jeopardy! audience, but they seemed new to Trebek, making hearing him recite lines from Drake, Desiigner and Kendrick quite hilarious. He doesn't fancy himself a rapper, but as the footage shows, he's clearly a natural. "I was just getting into this rap thing,” the 76-year-old said. "I’m not too good at it but I was getting into it."

One word: flames.

Photo: Gif Bin

And while we're on the topic of Jeopardy! branching out, wouldn't it be refreshing to see categories like "I Want My Yo! MTV Raps" or "Ballads from the Ballers" in the near future?