Washington, D.C. – Buddy’s Harlan & Alondra was named RealStreetRadio’s Most Slept-on Album of 2018, however it is likely to be arduous for music followers to sleep on him for for much longer. NPR introduced the West Coast rhymer out to Washington, D.C. for the newest version of its standard Tiny Desk Concert sequence.

For this particular showcase, Buddy gave new life to some standout cuts from his debut album. The Compton native crafted a set comprised of 4 songs — “Legend,” “Trouble On Central,” “Hey Up There” and “Real Life Shit” — to ship a powerful efficiency that lasted just below 12 minutes.

Watch Buddy’s NPR Tiny Desk Concert above.

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