While Louisville rapper Jack Harlow is more known for getting the party started with tracks like Tyler Herro and WHATS POPPIN, his recent NPR Tiny Desk (Home) concert sees him stripping things back.
Backed by a chorus of singers, as well as a full band, Jack translates the energy from his live shows into the performance, and while we'd love to be able to see him live, this is a pretty good substitute for the time being.
If you're a fan of music with a soulful vibe, then you'll dig how Jack and his band sound here. His living room is looking the part in the video, and the performance puts a new spin on his music. How great do the backup singers sound?
During the performance he played Rendezvous, a medley of 21C/Delta, Funny Seeing You Here and Same Guy, which means a lot to him. He describes Same Guy as "one of the most honest songs I’ve ever written. It’s been a long time since I’ve had a chance to perform and I’ve never done it like this. This is special."
The performance ends with a new take on WHATS POPPIN, and it's another example of why people are so captivated by Jack's music - the energy is undeniable. Try to stop yourself bopping along (you won't be able to).
The next stop for Jack is a performance on Saturday Night Live on March 27th, so he's making it a busy month. Check out the video below, and get ready to dance around your room.