While Chance The Rapper has canceled his upcoming tour, fans can still catch a performance of his next year.
Speaking at an event hosted by his Social Works non-profit organization, the Chicago based artist confirmed Thursday that he will headline the 2020 NBA All-Star Game. The league revealed that a special guest will join Chance at United Center on February 16 as he plays cuts from his debut album The Big Day, as well as other hits. Before tip-off, Common will take the floor with “a moving narrative about what basketball means to the city.”
Which other artists would you like to see perform at future NBA games?
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