The Louisville rapper was joined by O’Neil “Doctor O” Palmer on the keys, Rico Nichols on the drums, Joe Cleveland on bass, Rob Gueringer on guitar and Erik B, Chimera Patrice and Porcha Clay on vocals. They performed “Rendezvous,” ”21C / Delta,” “Funny Seeing You Here,” ”Same Guy” and “Creme/ONCE MAY COMES” from his debut studio album That’s What They All Say, closing out the set with his hit track “What’s Poppin.”
“It’s been a long time since I had a chance to perform and I’ve never done it like this,” Harlow said as NPR’s Bobby Carter revealed that this performance marks the first time Harlow has ever fully relied on a live band.
“What’s Poppin” is currently in the running for Best Rap Performance at the 63rd GRAMMY Awards, which is set to take place on March 14.
Watch Jack Harlow’s NPR Tiny Desk (Home) Concert performance above.