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Joined by a full band, performing in front of the gardens of the Houdini Estate in Los Angeles, Thug played a set of new songs: “Die Slow,” “Droppin Jewels,” “Hate the Game,” and “Tick Tock.” For the last song, the band was joined by legendary Blink182 drummer, Travis Barker, to perform an alternative “Ski."

Set featured image Fat Joe doesn’t get enough respect on his name for his catalog. Joe Crack from The Boogie Down reminded the world of hoq big his legacy really is with a Tiny Desk (Home) Concert.

One of Rap’s most flamboyant personalities showed that he can back up all the drip talk with microphone mastery. 2 Chainz’ recent online performance proved he is a one of one MC.

The boss, Rick Ross, didn't disappoint fans during his Tiny Desk (Home) concert. The same can't be said for one of his background singers.

The supergroup consisting of EARTHGANG, J.I.D., Mereba, Benji, Jurdan Bryant, Hollywood JB, & 6LACK dropped one of 2020's best LPs in Spilligion.

If you have slept on Conway The Machine than his latest effort should be your final wake up call. The MC gave us another reminder of why he is cut from a different cloth.

The veteran Brooklyn rapper displayed old and new tracks from his digs in Berlin.

The Roots frontman delivers three new tracks, two of which are to appear on an upcoming EP release.

NPR closed the year out strong with its Tiny Desk series which featured stellar acoustic performances we didn’t know we needed from artists like Megan Thee Stallion, Freddie Gibbs & Madlib. Now at the top of the new year, the series returns with Wale.

Earlier in the week, NPR blessed us with Megan Thee Stallion’s full Tiny Desk performance, and now it’s Freddie Gibbs and Madlib’s turn.

Back in October, we got small servings of Megan Thee Stallion’s performance featuring Brooklyn’s own Phony Ppl to kick off Tiny Desk Fest. Now we got the whole damn thing, and it’s an absolute treat.

NPR’s Tiny Desk performances never let us down case in point see Lizzo, the late Mac Miller, and Ty Dolla $ign, just to name a few. For the first time, a crowd of 950 people got the surprise of a lifetime when they learned Megan Thee Stallion was kicking things off at Tiny Desk Fest.