Post Malone and NPR music have shared Malone’s Tiny Desk Concert performance, marking his first appearance on the popular Tiny Desk series.
Malone said of the performance: “Thank you guys for coming and listening to the music today and thank you NPR for having me. I’m super excited to come on this show, and super nervous — never mind, I’m not nervous at all, actually. I definitely wasn’t nervous when there were like 10 people in here and I’m definitely not nervous now that there’s a lot of people.”
Backed by a full choir and strings ensemble, Posty performed four of his most popular songs throughout the set: “I Fall Apart,” “Circles,” “Sunflower,” and “Enough Is Enough,” while playing acoustic guitar alongside fellow guitarist Emily Rosenfield, drummer Destin Johnson and pianist Louis Bell. Malone shared between songs: “I’m on tour, and my voice is ‘balls’ right now, so I appreciate you guys listening and putting up with that. You guys f**ing rock, thank you for being nice to me … I’m sweating my a** off … This is like a dream for me.”
Take a look at Post Malone’s Tiny Desk Concert – here.
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