Post Malone And 21 Savage Performed ‘Rockstar’ at The NBA All-Star Game

Post Malone and 21 Savage were among the musical guests at the NBA All-Star Game recently. The annual game was held in Salt Lake City, Utah, with Team Giannis (led by Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo) defeating Team LeBron (led by Los Angeles Lakers’ LeBron James).

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Prior to the show, Post Malone performed a two-song set, collaborating with Savage on their hit track and performing his own song ‘Wow’. At halftime, a number of Nigerian pop stars, including Burna Boy, Rema and Tems, performed together for a star-studded show.

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The annual celebrity match, which featured Janelle Monaé, took place a few days before the all-star game. After the game, the singer tweeted: “I got cut from my team as a kid (it was traumatic!) and now I’m laughing.”

Check out the performances below.

In other news, Halsey has confirmed that a solo version of their Post Malone collaboration ‘Die For Me’ will be released later this week.

‘Die For Me,’ which appeared on Post Malone’s 2019 album ‘Hollywood’s Bleeding,’ saw Halsey deliver a snarling verse that included the iconic line “I sold 15million copies of a breakup note,” alongside a Future collab.

“For anyone who has been through s**t with an adulterating spouse or shi**y relationship. It is a good reminder to people that you are not alone and s**t gets better,” Post Malone said about the track. “Halsey fu***n’ snapped,” he added.

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Halsey has now confirmed that a full-length solo version of ‘Die For Me’ will be released on 24th February. Post Malone just completed the North American leg of his ‘Twelve Carat Tour,’ which was in support of his fourth studio album of the same name.

Malone was hospitalised earlier in the ‘Twelve Carat Toothache’ tour after injuring himself in an on-stage fall. The injury forced him to cancel his Boston show, but he was able to resume the tour shortly after.