J. Cole was the halftime performer at the 2019 NBA All-Star Game. The rapper performed a melody of hits from his career: he started out with “Middle Child,” his latest hit. Then he performed “A Lot,” his collabo with 21 Savage, “ATM,” “Love Yourz,” and “No Role Modelz.”
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It was a lively hometown performance from Cole, who is from Raleigh, North Carolina (the All-Star Game was played in Charlotte.) Cole wasn’t the only rapper to perform on Sunday evening. Meek Mill started the show performing a melody of songs from his career (including a piece of the intro.)
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Scroll down to see the J. Cole and Meek Mill performances below.
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