Big Grams Performs on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

  /  10.22.2015

Big Grams, the collaboration between Big Boi and Phantogram, stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live” in Brooklyn last night for a performance of “Drum Machine” off the group’s recent self-titled EP. Big Boi traded verses with Phantogram lead singer Sarah Bartel over martial percussion, provided live by The Brooklyn Express Drumline.

They also performed their psychedelic collaboration “Goldmine Junkie,” which combines dynamic rapping from Big Boi with thick synth lines and harmonies from Phantogram.

Watch both performances below.


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