Chance the Rapper pays tribute to Stevie Wonder on NPR’s Tiny Desk Series

  /  07.05.2017

NPR’s Tiny Desk concert series has seen performances from the likes of Run the Jewels, Avery Sunshine, and even the late, great Sharon Jones. Recently, Chance the Rapper stopped by the organization’s Washington, D.C. office to perform for the staff, though he was genuinely surprised that the program is actually set and filmed in such a tight workspace. But the vibes were well, as Chano performed “Juke Jam” from his Grammy Award-winning mixtape Coloring Book and a cover of Stevie Wonder’s “They Won’t Go When I Go.” However, hilarity ensued during a poetry read when Chance was interrupted by a PA system.

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