Watch Sampha's Mesmerizing Tiny Desk Concert

Courtesy of NPR 
Sampha performs during NPR's Tiny Desk series.

After making a cameo on Drake's More Life with the sensual joint "4422," South London singer/songwriter/producer Sampha brings the feels for NPR's latest Tiny Desk concert.

The mesmerizing set features Sampha, who recently released his album Process, tickling the ivories of both a keyboard and piano while performing "Plastic 100°C", "(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano" and "Blood On Me."

Delivering hauntingly beautiful lyrics like, "But if you don't like what you see, silhouettes inside of dreams/ And I'm melting from the light," Sampha's rousing set hits right in the chest, especially "(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano" -- which was inspired by his mother, who passed away in 2015.

“I wanted to be ready to release an album -- emotionally, psychologically,” he told Billboard in February about Process. “I wasn’t quite ready -- writing a record and dealing with being out in the world, that increased level of attention upon me ... It’s always hard to live with losses.”

Watch Sampha's Tiny Desk show below.