J. Cole killed his performance at Sunday’s NBA All-Star Halftime Show.
As he paved the way for his highly anticipated forthcoming album, J. Cole once again reminded us why he is one of this generation greats. The Fayetteville rapper brought the house down in his halftime performance at the 2019 NBA All-Star game held at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Roc Nation rapper was on his home turf, but the entire world felt his presence.
Cole took the court wearing a classic vintage Charlotte Hornets jacket peered with a Fear of God jeans as he went through a roughly 10-minute set performing singles like his newly released banger “Middle Child.” He kicked off his performance at the top of a transparent platform before descended the stairs and made his way through the large crowd.
J. Cole paid homage to 21 Savage when he performed their collaborative single “A Lot.” “21 Savage. We love you,” he said. A bunch of celebrities was in the building including Meek Mill who provided the introductory soundtrack.
The Dreamville rapper has a lot in store for his fans this year with a new single out now and his new album on the way. There is also a major tour in the works.