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Gucci Mane performs the Tiny Desk concert of our dreams

The NPR series will never be the same.


Dahlia Dandashi


Published Dec 12, 2016   Updated May 25, 2021, 9:54 am CDT

The dynamic duo of Atlanta Rapper Gucci Mane and longtime friend and producer Zeytoven took their piano and mic to celebrate the Trap God, his legacy, and epic 2016 return in NPR’s latest Tiny Desk concert. 

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The gig, published Monday, is glorious. The setlist consisted of “First Day Out,” “Waybach,” and “Last Time,” with each song revamped to a toned-down, piano-accompanied version of itself. 

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The May resurgence of Atlanta rapper Gucci Mane (born Radric Davis) caused controversy and sparked a meme wave as he was released early from an Indiana penitentiary, looking like what the internet presumed was a clone of himself. But we couldn’t be happier that he’s all smiles in this unlikely concert setting.


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*First Published: Dec 12, 2016, 4:17 pm CST