J. Cole served as the headlining artist for the 68th annual NBA All-Star game held in his home state of North Carolina on Sunday (Feb. 17).
The rapper who grew up in Fayetteville took to the runway-like stage at the Spectrum Center in N.C. where he kicked off his set with a performance of his newest single Middle Child. Cole, who was wearing a throwback Hornets starter jacket also performed his 21 Savage collaboration “A Lot” shouting out the Atlanta rapper along the way.
The rapper closed out his thrilling set with the songs “ATM,” “Love Yourz” and “No Role Modelz.”
Watch Cole’s full performance in the clip below.
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