Reggae/hip-hop musician Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley recently stopped by NPR to perform a few songs for the media outlet’s Tiny Desk Concert series. The youngest song of reggae icon Bob Marley worked through three tracks off of his 2017 LP, Stony Hill.

Marley and his band–comprised of keyboardist Sean “Pow” Diedrick, drummer Courtney “Bam” Diedrick, bassist Shiah Coore, guitarist Elton “Elly B” Brown, and vocalists Roselyn Williams and Sherieta Lewis—first offered up “Slave Mill”, which was followed by “So A Child May Follow” and “Speak Life”.

As NPR’s Felix Contreras explains,

There was a distinct feeling of history in the air when Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley took his place in our office with his band, and it wasn’t just the legend behind his surname. For fifteen minutes, we were treated to the same socially relevant reggae that his father, legendary Jamaican reggae icon Bob Marley, made popular when he put the genre on the international music map. 

Watch Damian Marley’s Tiny Desk Concert below:

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley – NPR Tiny Desk Concert

Head to Damian Marley’s website for a full list of his upcoming tour dates, ticketing, and more information.