Megan Thee Stallion is bringing some new music to NPR’s inaugural Tiny Desk Festival, a four-night series based on the hit Tiny Desk concerts.

On Monday, the 24-year-old Houston rapper joined Brooklyn band Phony Ppl in surprising a live audience in Washington, D.C. with a performance of her biggest hits, including, “Realer”, “Freak Nasty”, “Big Ole Freak” and “Hot Girl Summer”.

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“Now, don’t be scared to get ratchet,” Stallion, who gave her first live NSFW performance with a band, tells the crowd before heating things up from behind the desk with a 25-minute medley, which included tracks from her mixtape Fever.

During night one of Tiny Desk Fest, the rapper also surprised fans with the debut of her Phony Ppl collaboration “F***ing Around”, coming out in January.

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Following the concert, Stallion joined NPR for a post-show conversation in their Studio 1 event space, where she opened up about her rise to fame.

“I’m always trying to one-up myself,” she told NPR. “I don’t feel like I’m in competition with anybody […] If I’m worried about beating somebody else, I’m not going to be the best version of me. It shouldn’t be a competition because somebody else winning is not going to make me lose.”

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Revealing her plans for her upcoming debut album out next year, Stallion said, “I never wanted to do an album ’cause I was like, ‘Oh, that feel like marriage. That’s a commitment.’ But now, I’m ready to settle down with an album.”