Never has a metaphor for smoking weed sounded so angelic. Hot off the release of his debut album, D.R.A.M. paid a visit to the Conan set to perform his hit single "Broccoli," Travis Barker making up for the missing Lil Yachty. Despite debuting 19 weeks ago, "Broccoli" continues to climb the Billboard Hot 100 chart, peaking this week at No. 5.

In the above video, D.R.A.M. begins his performance with a stripped-down version of the track, Barker ever so gentle as he sprinkles in the percussion. Earlier this month, D.R.A.M. participated in an equally memorable late night performance when he joined Ty Dolla $ign, Raury and Anthony Hamilton to perform "Blessings (Reprise)" alongside Chance The Rapper on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Here, he takes center stage, and rightfully so. "Broccoli" is already the biggest song of his career, going double platinum back in September.

Big Baby D.R.A.M. dropped just last Friday, with features from Erykah Badu and Young Thug. D.R.A.M. will be going on tour in support of the album starting in January in Nashville and ending the following month in Los Angeles. He is currently on the road with Lil Dicky, making a few stops on the west coast and down south through the end of the month. Watch his performance of "Broccoli" with Barker on the drums up above. As it stands, "Broccoli" is charting higher than the new Bruno Mars single, the new Maroon 5 single and anything off of Views.

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