NPR's "Tiny Desk Concert" is a cool series. An intimate, stripped-down live session, in an NPR office, with a wide range of musical guests. Last week, they premiered Chance The Rapper's visit and it is something we are into. Chance opened with "Juke Jam" off his critically acclaimed release, Coloring Book. He was accompanied by a three-piece band and four backup singers, which really showed their vibes when Chance covered Stevie Wonder's "They Won't Go When I Go." All around, one of the best "Tiny Desk Concerts" we have seen. Check it out below:

Lead image courtesy of @chancetherapper & Instagram