February 20, 2023

How Burna Boy, Tems, Rema shut down NBA All-Star

Tems set to bag another RIAA plaque for 'Found'

By Precious Osadebe

Nigerian stars, Burna Boy, Rema and Grammy award winner, Tems, all made history, becoming the first Nigerians to perform at National Basketball Association, (NBA)All-Star halftime show.

The three thrilled fans with there wonderful performance on Sunday, February 19 at the 72nd edition of the event.

Several players were on the court for the performance, including Pascal Siakam and Giannis.

The NBA all-star game held at Salt Lake City, Utah, saw basketball superstars from conferences (Team Lebron and Team Giannis) compete in an energetic match to raise funds for charity.

Burna Boy was the first to bless the stage, emerging from smoke to perform some of his hit songs – It’s Plenty, Alone and Last Last.

Rema came in next with his energetic performance to deliver “Calm Down” and his new single, “Holiday”.

Delectable Tems, who never disappoints her fans, killed the show when she danced her way through a medley of her hits “Crazy Tings,” “Free Mind” “Essence” and “Higher”.

Burna Boy came back and rounded off the performance. The flow between three artistes’ stagecraft was seemeless.

The all-stars match was won by Team Giannis with 184 points, against Team Lebron’s 175.