Pop-singer Ally Brooke made her solo late-night show performance debut on Monnday, April 15 when she appeared on The Late Late Show with James Corden. The 25-year-old artist and former Fifth Harmony singer took her single “Low Key” to the stage for her first late-night show performance, which also included an appearance by “Dope” rapper Tyga midway through the track. However, prior to being accompanied by the rapper, Ally Brooke was first and foremost joined by a fleet of male dancers dressed in all-white attire throughout the entirety of “Low Key,” until a series of percussionists also appeared on-stage with them.
According to Billboard, Brooke released her single “Low Key” earlier in 2019, which was penned by frequent Shawn Mendes-collaborator Teddy Geiger. When discussing her selected single with Billboard, Brooke shared, “My manager calls me and he’s like, ‘Ally, oh my gosh, I found this record. I just listened to it and it’s incredible. All these amazing songwriters are a part of it. John Ryan, Julian Bunetta, Ian Kirkpatrick, Teddy Geiger. You need to hear it and if we can get it for you, it’s going to be your single,'" and she continued, “I was like, ‘Oh my gosh, that’s amazing, let me hear it.’ So he played it for me the next day and as soon as I got done with the first listen I was like, ‘Wow.’”
Watch Brooke’s performance of “Low Key” on The Late Late Show above.