NPR (National Public Radio) has developed a successful series where popular artists host live performances in an office. Artists like D.R.A.M, Noname, Gucci Mane, Sampha, and alt-J have all graced the cramped office space and shown just how powerful their music can be in a live setting. The most recent addition to the series is none other than the young superstar, Chance The Rapper.
The Chicago philanthropist brought along his talented friends as he performed “Juke Jam” and a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “They Won’t Go When I Go.” He even debuted a poem he had written for the special occasion titled “The Other Side” before having to start over after an announcement was made over the loud speaker. This is yet another indicator of the 24-year-old’s reach across genres and cultures, being invited into this space. You can check out the performance above.