Terrace Martin’s Grammy-nominated album Velvet Portraits was one of the best jazz albums of 2016. Last month, Terrace and his band performed a medley of hits for SoulandJazz.com. The end result is a beautiful display of musicianship.

For his first performance, Martin enlist the help of songbird Rose Gold for a rendition of the nostalgic ballad “Think of You.” For the second set, Martin performs his jazzy reworking of Donny Hathaway’s song “Valdez in the Country” with “Valdez Off Crenshaw.”

Martin had phenomenal year having worked on YG’s Still Brazy album and Lalah Hathaway’s “Ghetto Boy” (Remix) with Snoop Dogg.

Recently, Martin revealed that he’s working on Kendrick Lamar’s follow-up to To Pimp a Butterfly. The 31-year-old musician said that K.Dot's album will have no musical boundaries.

“It’s about just being an individual and loving everything you do,” he explains. "We love trap. We love all that. It ain’t just about jazz or funk artists or that. One thing that I want to say, and I’ll always say is, I’m not in that box. Get out the box.”

Watch Terrace Martin Perform "Valdez Off Crenshaw"