Despite being one of the biggest stars in the world, Post Malone isn’t afraid to humble himself and show off his musical prowess in small venues. The genre-blending rapper stopped by NPR’s office to do a Tiny Desk Concert, and it’s a must-watch for his fans.
Post Malone’s Tiny Desk Concert
The performance featured stripped-down versions of his most popular tracks. He opened with a sugary, Americana-inspired version of his 2018 hit Sunflower. He was joined by a piano, strings, and backup singers to add an extra layer of sound that added a whole new dimension to the song.
He then switched gears to deliver a stirring performance of his 2017 ballad I Fall Apart. The post ended the set with his 2019 hit Circles, which he finished by joke-calling it “Enough is Enough.” He was clearly comfortable and in his element.
Post enjoyed sharing his music in such an intimate setting. He later said that performing on the NPR platform was a dream come true. Malone’s performance proved he’s more than a rapper.
He showed his ability as a talented singer and songwriter as well. Hopefully, he’ll stop by Syracuse again soon so we can experience his talent live. He’s currently on his If Y’all Weren’t Here Tour and will be at the Glen Helen Amphitheater this weekend.