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                The Latest Tiny Desks New and exclusive videos from the popular concert series.

                The Latest Tiny Desks

                Jordan Rakei performs during Tiny Desk on Nov. 15 2019. (Photo by Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Jordan Rakei

                Despite some unexpected gear problems, the soulful R&B artist and his band locked-in and played a phenomenal set behind the Tiny Desk.

                Brownout performs a Tiny Desk Concert on Oct. 18, 2018. Cameron Pollack/W88/Cameron Pollack/W88 hide caption

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                Brownout

                The Austin, Texas band brought old-school R&B horns, bongos and deep grooves to the Tiny Desk.

                Bridget Kibbey performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 24, 2019. (Catie Dull/W88) Catie Dull/W88 hide caption

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                Bridget Kibbey

                The irrepressible harpist proves that the instrument can be as tempestuous as a tango, as complex as a Bach fugue and sing as serenely as a church choir.

                Jon Batiste performs during Tiny Desk on November, 8 2019. (Photo by Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Jon Batiste

                Jon Batiste's Tiny Desk Concert was published prematurely. The new publication date is March 2020.

                Daniel Norgren performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Sep. 25, 2019. (Catie Dull/W88) Catie Dull/W88 hide caption

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                Daniel Norgren

                The Swedish singer sways and writhes as he and his band create a dream state calming enough to slow the day's hectic pace to a crawl. Take a seat on a comfy couch and have a listen.

                Spanglish Fly performs at a Tiny Desk Concert on Sept. 9, 2019. (Emily Bogle/W88) Emily Bogle/W88 hide caption

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                Spanglish Fly

                Spanglish Fly is one of the pioneers of the boogaloo revival scene happening on the East Coast. For about sixteen minutes, they turned the W88 Music offices into the hottest Latin dance club in D.C.

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                Balún

                It's impossible to not be drawn in by the visual specter of Balún as the band mixes traditional instruments and electronics, set against a rich tapestry of voices.

                Los Lobos perform during a Tiny Desk concert, on Dec. 13, 2019. (Catie Dull/W88) Catie Dull/W88 hide caption

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                Los Lobos

                When Los Lobos gathered behind the Tiny Desk, it felt like they were cramped in the back room of a family Christmas party, calling up tunes from the Latin holiday song book.

                Moonchild performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 17, 2019. (Catie Dull/W88) Catie Dull/W88 hide caption

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                Moonchild

                The LA-based trio makes an intricate blend of jazz, R&B and hip-hop. For their Tiny Desk set, they pulled out all the stops: flutes, flugelhorns, saxophones, keyboards, ukuleles and more.

                The Comet Is Coming performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 2, 2019. (Catie Dull/W88) Catie Dull/W88 hide caption

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                The Comet Is Coming

                The Comet is Coming is a force of nature. The British trio makes the kind of instrumental jazz that takes music lovers out of their comfort zone and into a musical realm they may never have explored.

                Weyes Blood performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 7, 2019. (Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Weyes Blood

                Watch the band perform a blissed-out, gently sweeping set featuring three songs from its latest album, Titanic Rising.

                Raveena performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 8, 2019. Catie Dull/W88 hide caption

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                Raveena

                "I just want you to know," Raveena told the W88 office, "that in this space that we're in, you're extremely, extremely loved."

                Freddie Gibbs performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Sept. 26, 2019. (Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Freddie Gibbs And Madlib

                The enigmatic and reclusive producer Madlib joins hard-hitting emcee Freddie Gibbs for one of the most memorable Tiny Desks of the year.

                Raphael Saadiq with Lucky Daye performs during Tiny Desk Fest, on Oct. 31, 2019. (Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Raphael Saadiq

                The godfather of 21st century soul electrified W88's Tiny Desk Fest audience, with a little help from rising R&B star Lucky Daye.

                Sheryl Crow performs during Tiny Desk Fest, on Oct. 29, 2019. Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Sheryl Crow

                Sheryl Crow's Tiny Desk Fest concert included a handful of early hits that have become pop standards.

                Megan Thee Stallion plays a Tiny Desk Concert (Laura Beltran Villamizar/W88). Laura Beltran Villamizar/W88 hide caption

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                Megan Thee Stallion

                The budding superstar debuted a new song with Phony Ppl and performed hits from Fever and Tina Snow during the first night of W88's Tiny Desk Fest.

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                Black Uhuru

                The influential reggae group, whose name means "black freedom," brought songs of solidarity and love to the Tiny Desk.

                Mereba performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Sept. 17, 2019. Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Mereba

                A nomadic storyteller with a cross-genre style ranging from folk to rap, Mereba slays the devil in her solo set behind the Desk.

                Carly Ray Jepsen performs during Tiny Desk on Nov. 13. (Photo by Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Carly Rae Jepsen

                The singer brought a sparkling pop-disco vibe and a lot of swagger to the sun-filled Tiny Desk.

                Igor Levit performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 15, 2019. (Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Igor Levit

                The insightful pianist offers a Beethoven bonanza, ranging from the mesmerizing pulse of the popular "Moonlight" Sonata to flashes of wry humor and tender beauty.

                Snarky Puppy performs during a Tiny Desk Concert on Sept. 12, 2019. Emily Bogle/W88 hide caption

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                Snarky Puppy

                The jazz, funk and gospel improv group brought jams and joy to the Tiny Desk.

                Burna Boy performs during a Tiny Desk concert on Sept. 16, 2019. Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                Burna Boy

                The Nigerian singer and songwriter is one of the biggest African artists in the world and a pioneer of Afro-fusion, an inescapable sound this year.

                Kokoko! performs during a Tiny Desk concert, on Oct. 1, 2019. (Mhari Shaw/W88) Mhari Shaw/W88 hide caption

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                KOKOKO!

                KOKOKO! are sonic warriors. They seized control of the Tiny Desk, shouting their arrival through a megaphone, while electronic sirens begin to blare.