It's great when musicians perform in unlikely spots - NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts, for instance, place artists among office cubicles, and the Takeaway Shows series has featured Arcade Fire in an elevator and Vampire Weekend in a van.
The performance features a great juxtaposition of rough-edged underground rap and senior citizens, as Bronson performs 'Strictly 4 My Jeeps' for an audience of older folks.
He's definitely the only rapper on the day's agenda: the clip opens with a shot of the other events planned at St. Hilda's, and they include "Name the Exotic Fruit," "The Big Knit," "Wear a Hat Tell a Story," and, of course, "Nap Time."
Reviews were mixed - one lady says "It's not my scene. You can't understand what they're saying, it's far too quick, and it's far too loud " - but most of the residents seem to have a good time during the performance.
And he succeeds in other ways: one woman calls him "quite handsome," and a few audience members refer to him as "Bam Bam" (the artist has been compared to the wrestler Bam Bam Bigelow).
To see him in front of a crowd of actual rap fans, check out this video of Bronson performing in Toronto (and doing some crowdsurfing, which might not have worked out at St. Hilda's).