Chance The Rapper dropped in at the NPR Music office yesterday to record an intimate Tiny Desk Concert. Joined by fellow members of his The Social Experiment team and with backing vocals supplied by Third Story, Chance treated the audience to live renditions of his hit Juke Jam and a lovely cover of Stevie Wonder’s They Won’t Go When I Go. In between the two tracks, Chance also recited a poem he’d written especially for the performance during the journey from his hotel to the NPR office that day. Touching on his rise to fame, its honesty is typical of Chance and is a great interlude between the two songs.

Watch the show in full below.