Justin Bieber has performed his first-ever NPR Tiny Desk set.
The pop superstar’s Tiny Desk (Home) Concert premiered on Wednesday (March 17), with Bieber bringing selections from his upcoming album Justice to life — and performing one new song for the first time ever.
Bieber kicked things off with a performance of “Holy” alongside his band (Harv on bass, O’Neil “Doctor O” Palmer on keys, Robert Taylor on drums, Julian McGuire on guitar and DJ Tay James who, of course, DJ’d).
Next was the worldwide premiere of Bieber’s unreleased song “Peaches,” which is due Friday (March 19) along with the rest of his highly-anticipated Justice album. (The recorded version of “Peaches” will feature assists from Giveon and Daniel Caesar.)
“I get my peaches out in Georgia, ooh, yeah, s–t/ I get my weed in California, that’s that s–t/ I took my chick up to the North, yeah, badass b—h/ I get my life right from the source, yeah, yeah, that’s it,” he crooned on the chorus of the unreleased track.
Bieber, who just took home the Grammy for best country duo/group performance alongside Dan + Shay for “10,000 Hours,” also treated fans to his hits “Hold On” and “Anyone.”
Watch the Justin Bieber: Tiny Desk (Home) Concert below.