Video: Pharrell Performs at NBA All-Star Game With P. Diddy, Snoop Dogg and More
Pharrell Williams performed at the 2014 NBA All-Star Game at New Orleans Arena on Sunday, February 16. Introduced by basketball player LeBron James as "Skateboard P", Pharrell took the stage at the venue to sing a medley of some his biggest hits with several musicians.
The rapper/producer kicked off his performance with his own single, "Frontin", before getting interrupted by Nelly who hit the stage to sing his 2012 hit "Hot in Herre". For the next song, Pharrell performed his collaboration with Jay-Z, "I Just Wanna Love U (Give It 2 Me)".
Pharrell kept the party going by bringing out veteran rapper P. Diddy and Busta Rhymes to sing "Pass the Rock This Way", a basketball-themed remix of their 2002 single "Pass the Courvoisier, Part II".
After the Eastern Conference All-Stars were introduced, Pharrell returned to the stage in a white T-Shirt to sing his smashing hit with Robin Thicke and T.I., "Blurred Lines". He also reunited with fellow member of The Neptunes, Chad Hugo, to sing "Rockstar" before Snoop Dogg walked to the stage and launched their colaboration hit, "Beautiful".
He also crooned "Get Lucky", his single with French duo Daft Punk that won Record of the Year award at the Grammys last month. Donning his now-famous big hat, the 40-year-old entertainer closed out his nearly-20-minute set to perform his Oscar-nominated track "Happy" from animated movie "Despicable Me 2" with the help of his guests .
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