Eight months later, he took us to church.
Joined by Offset, the always visually-minded Portland rapper turned The Late Show set into a wedding ceremony as he brought his catchy new single to life four days before the release of his debut album, Good For You. Just as buoyant and addictive in a live setting as it is on record, this thing feels like a sneaky summer hit. Oh, and bonus points to Aminé for taking a minute to flex his pipes at the 3:30 mark.
Watch above and continue for the time he made banana bread with us below.