Damn, Rapsody’s so lit.
NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series is undoubtedly the most intimate music series on the ‘net. Over the past year, NPR has featured great artists like Odd Future’s sub-collective The Internet, Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings, and the wildly popular T-Pain performance that blew up in late 2014.
Now, the “Don’t Need It” rapper performed at Howard University for the latest installment of NPR’s Tiny Desk series. Accompanied by her mentor/famed producer 9th Wonder and The Storm Troopers, Rapsody performed “Godzilla,” “The Man,” and “Hard To Choose” from her Beauty and the Beast EP.
Rapsody, who’s been releasing projects since 2010, became a household name when she appeared on Kendrick Lamar’s critically acclaimed album To Pimp A Butterfly.
If you don’t do anything today, please take a few minutes and watch Rapsody’s intimate performance up top.
Stop Everything You’re Doing & Watch Rapsody’s NPR Tiny Desk Concert At Howard University was originally published on globalgrind.com