D.R.A.M. Performs Tiny Desk Concert For NPR

blame it on Patrick Glynn February 1, 2017

NPR has pushed out Tiny Desk Concerts from Gallant and BADBADNOTGOOD over the last two weeks, and now D.R.A.M. joins the mix with a 20-minute set.

During the Virginia native’s set, he performed “Cash Machine,” “Cute,” “Broccoli,” Sweet VA Music” and “” — all from his last project, Big Baby D.R.A.M.. He also performed the interlude from Chance the Rapper’s Coloring Book, “Special.”

NPR writer Bobby Carter, who also wrote nice words about BBNG’s concert, detailed the presence Big Baby brought to the room with his tiny desk concert.

“We recently invited D.R.A.M. to NPR to lend us his jovial spirit and brighten our workday; after all, his primary aim is to spread love through music. He was jarred by the Tiny Desk setting for a moment before the cameras started rolling. He’s accustomed to touching every corner of the stage, but like a pro, he walked to the desk, activated his signature smile and bounced through various highlights from his catalog.”

Watch the set below.