Watch Tinie Tempah perform live at McDonald’s in Walsall

Park Street fast food restaurant was packed out

Tinie Tempah has just performed a live concert in McDonald’s in Walsall.

The rapper packed out the fast food restaurant on Park Street this evening (June 30) for an impromptu set. He was playing the gig as part of McDonald’s Good Times campaign.

You can watch the gig back on Tempah’s Facebook page.

The grime star recently revealed his retirement plan: to have three years of fun and then retire to a farm, where he hopes to raise animals and a baby. 

The 27-year-old rapper runs a record label (DL Records) and sells clothes alongside his musical career, and has released two albums to date, 2013’s ‘Demonstration’ and 2010’s ‘Disc-Overy’. He also released a ‘Junk Food’ mixtape back in December of last year.

Speaking on the Jonathan Ross earlier this year, the rapper seemed to suggest the end of his career is in sight, and that he’s almost done with urban life.

“I’m trying to eventually have a family, maybe like 30. Thirty is a good age to start, probably. Three more years of a lot of fun and then probably settle down, have a family, live on a farm, get some animals,” he said.

Tinie also revealed himself to be a fan of rural-leaning BBC affairs show Countryfile.

The rapper had previously suggested that he might not produce much more music in album form, saying that the format is “dead” back in 2014.

”This is a Spotify/iTunes/shuffle generation,” he said. ”I don’t think people really listen to albums completely from track one to twelve. People now curate their own playlists, so I think it’s clever to beat them to it and say, ‘Here it is, done for you.’

”A third album will emerge some time, but I think another after that is uncertain,” he added.