NPR‘s “Tiny Desk Concert” series continues to get bigger and bigger. They add another great name to their long list of amazing artists. Chicago’s finest, Chance The Rapper doesn’t disappoint at all, he even lets them know how much of a big fan he is.

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He starts off with a solo version of “Juke Jam” off his Grammy-winning Coloring Book, then he goes into a truthful yet humorous poem specifically made for the concert called “The Other Side” where he discusses his brief life in LA, meeting his daughter and more. He ends off the performance with covering Stevie Wonder’s “They Won’t Go When I Go” for a friend close to him that lost someone. It’s great stuff. Watch above and enjoy!

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