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Jeezy announces Tiny Desk performance: "Let me take y’all on a journey"

A photo of Jeezy.
Jeezy. (Shutterstock/Jamie Lamor Thompson)

NPR's Tiny Desk Concert series has welcomed a number of superstar rappers over the years, including Scarface, Juvenile, and Mac Miller.

Next up is Jeezy.

On Wednesday, the "Go Crazy" rapper took to X, the platform previously known as Twitter, to share a number of photos of him and his band at the titular desk.

"Let me take y’all on a journey…" he wrote.

Though Jeezy didn't share a release date for his performance, fans are already pumped.

"Can't wait," commented one fan on his post.

“I could cry,” wrote another. “Gonna be straight ghetto gospel. I cannot wait until it drops.”

NPR's Tiny Desk series, which sees musicians play live shows behind the desk of "All Songs Considered" host Bob Boilen, started in 2008.

Folk singer Laura Gibson was the first guest.

Since, there has been over 1000 more concerts, including performances some of the biggest names in music like Taylor Swift, Usher, Adele, Justin Bieber, and Alicia Keys.



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