Burna Boy, the global superstar from Nigeria, made history on February 19 by performing in the 2023 NBA All-Star Game alongside Tems and Rema. On Sunday, February 19, at the 2023 NBA All-Star Game half-time show at Vivint Arena in Salt Lake City, Utah, Burna Boy, Tems, and Rema created history. The performance was the first by a Nigerian artist in the NBA half-time show.
In some images making the rounds on the internet, Odogwu was seen hanging out with prominent US rapper 21 Savage and engaging in a discussion. The “Last Last” crooner’s admirers continue to fawn about their favorite as they eagerly speculate and await a project from the duo.
Pictures from the occasion currently going around the internet show Burna hanging together with 21 Savage at the Court area while they look like “they’re exchanging contacts.”
The trio of Burna, Tems, and Rema have continued to enjoy rave reviews following their stellar performances at the half-time show. Tems was even regarded as the “Queen” by Hollywood actress Gabriella Union who was in attendance.
Over the weekend, Salt Lake City hosted the NBA All-Star tournament, which featured a variety of lineups. LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo led the All-Star Game.
Pascal Siakam of the Toronto Raptors, who is from Cameroon, introduced the Afrobeats Stars.
Burna Boy opened the night with his singles “Anybody” and “It’s Plenty.” Next, Rema delivered a marvelously joyous performance, motivating the crowd with his fiery renditions of “Calm Down” and “Holiday.” Tems finished things off by making a big entrance and performing a lengthy performance of her own, which featured “Crazy Things,” “Free Mind,” her verse from Wizkid’s “Essence,” and a little line from Future’s “Wait 4 U.”