Chano recently visited the NPR office in Washington D.C. for the latest installment of its intimate, in-office concert series. For his 13-minute set, he opened with the sexy Coloring Book cut “Juke Jam” (sans Justin Bieber), and then covered Stevie Wonder’s “They Won’t Go When I Go.”
In between the two songs, he mixed things up by reciting a poem called “The Other Side,” which he said he’d written earlier that day. There was a little hiccup when a loud speaker announcement forced him to start over, but he handled it with perfect humor. It's the kind of mini-concert that makes you wish Chance would sing more… and write more poetry. The dude is nothing but versatile.