Behind the iconic tiny desk in the NPR newsroom sits British king of pop Harry Styles, performing 'Cherry', a cut from his second album 'Fine Line'.
Styles describes 'Watermelon Sugar' as a song about the euphoric feeling you get when you like someone, giggling about it before performing the hit single for the staff at NPR.
Two fans go into detail about everything they loved from Harry Styles' NPR performance, specifically about 'Watermelon Sugar', 'To Be So Lonely' and 'Adore You'.
In this acoustic performance of 'To Be So Lonely", Styles belts about how he's an "arrogant son of a b*tch" across the NPR newsroom.
Long-time stans of the former One Direction singer discuss their favorite songs on Harry's first album, 'Harry Styles'. 'Meet Me In The Hallway', 'Two Ghosts' and 'Only Angel' were some stand out fan favorites.
'Adore You' is the second single off of 'Fine Line', and at the beginning of his NPR performance Styles jokes about the song being about a fish. He's referring to the strange storyline of the song's music video, in which he literally adores a fish.