A couple weeks ago, there were rumblings in the NPR office that Chance the Rapper had showed up. And usually when an artist is at the NPR office in Washington, D.C., said artist is there to perform, specifically at a tiny desk.
Chano did in fact perform, choosing “Juke Jam” and a recent poem he wrote called “The Other Side” to open up the small concert. He then closed the show with a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “They Won’t Go When I Go” — all with The Social Experiment there to support.
Watch Chance the Rapper’s Tiny Desk Concert below.