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Jeezy became the latest guest to deliver a “Tiny Desk Concert,” which found the Snowman flanked by a group of violins, guitars and keyboards with Howard University students filling the room.

The South Carolina rapper takes his career from the “Bottom Of The Map” to NPR Music’s “Tiny Desk” in the latest episode.

“If you been riding with me since day one. I’ma take you on a journey,” he shared before the performance began. “If you stick with your dreams and stay about your business, you can get anywhere. Y’all ready?”

During the concert, the 46-year-old also reflected on his come-up.

“‘Standing Ovation’ was something special to me because when I walked on that stage for the first time and got recognized for something I love, I couldn’t believe God was so good coming from my circumstances,” he shared. “And to see people applauding me for what I had been through meant the world, and that’s why I kept going and why I’m here today.”

The Atlanta trap pioneer moved into more dope boy “TM:101” anthems with a soothing live band twist, such as “And Then What” and the Jay-Z-assisted “Go Crazy.”

Check out Jeezy’s “Tiny Desk Concert” below.

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