American hip hop trio Big Grams appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night where they performed a cool live version of ‘Goldmine Junkie‘, and ‘Drum Machine‘. Both are from their self titled debut album, which was released at the end of last month.
And the bad thing about the album? It only features seven tracks, which, as every track really is pretty freaking stellar, it just leaves you more than a bit desperate for more.
Big Grams, by the way, is a collaboration of rapper Big Boi and electro-pop duo Phantogram and, I don’t know about you, but I think it works.
Watch Big Grams perform ‘Goldmine Junkie‘ and ‘Drum Machine‘ (with the Brooklyn Express Drum Line) on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in the videos below.
A pretty cool performance, isn’t it?
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