Hip-Hop Organ Player Steals The Show at 2014 NBA All-Star Game

02.16.14 4 years ago 24 Comments

John Wall, Paul George, and Kyrie Irving weren’t the only emerging stars to put on a show during tonight’s NBA All-Star Game. In between the windmill dunks, alley-oops, and behind the back passes, a relative unknown made a name for himself on the big stage. Atlanta Hawks organ player Sir Foster’s mix of Hip-Hop classics and unexpected hood anthems (Gucci Mane’s “Lemonade??!!!??”), were at least as entertaining as Blake Griffin’s 9,456 dunks.

The hits came fast and furious like Chris Paul speeding down the open court, so it was hard to keep up with the playlist, but if it was hot Sir Foster probably played it. From Jay Z’s “PSA” to Outkast’s “Southernplayalisticadillacmuzik” the Atlanta organist brought smiles to thousands of faces, as he moved the keys in the N.O. Thanks again to Sir Foster for spreading the good news of Hip-Hop to a huge national TV audience. You’re a gentleman and a scholar. If you watched, add the songs that we missed in the comments section.

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