Dave has had a massive come-up in the past 12 months, from getting his track “Wanna Know” remixed by Drake, to featuring (briefly) on his More Life playlist, and dropping a slew of slick tracks on his own and alongside the likes of J Hus. But many people may still might not know how much of a talented multi-instrumentalist he is. Taking to his trusty piano, Dave blessed us with a stellar performance showing his obvious array of talents on Jools Holland’s UK TV show Later… Watch the performance in full above.

He played his evocative track “Picture Me,” where he switched back and forth from twinkling in keys to picking up the mic and rapping lyrics about his ascension such as, “I’ve got my own agenda I’ve got music all that matters / But what about the kids that aren’t athletes or rappers?”

Check out Dave’s most recent video for his 8-bit-heavy track “Revenge” below.

In other music news, Travis Scott broke a world record by playing his track “Goosebumps” 14 times in a row. Watch him do so here.

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