MTN DEW ICE hosted record-breaking hip-hop trio Migos today for an incredible performance at their Courtside Studios space. Fans received access to a special, intimate performance, where they performed a variety of hit songs, including their hottest new track “Position to Win”.
Migos also joined host Charlamagne on the MTN DEW ICE Courtside Studios stage for a game of “B(AD)LIBS” – where fans got to watch the trio play their own rendition of the popular word game.
MTN DEW kicked off NBA All-Star 2019 in Charlotte in a big way, featuring MTN DEW ICE Courtside Studios – a one-of-a-kind pop-up experience that’s bringing together some of the biggest NBA and WNBA superstars to showcase their on- and off-court lifestyles. Live, on-stage content included:
- “Process the Answer” with past and present 76ers Joel Embiid and Allen Iverson on the stage together for the first time to provide commentary on all things NBA
- “Meet the Westbrooks” featuring Russell Westbrook with his brother Ray Westbrook for a Newlywed Game-style segment on the more personal moments that have defined him
- “B(AD)LIBS” – where fans watched as record-breaking hip-hop trio Migos played their own rendition of the popular word game
- “Fresh Talent, Fresh Takes” featuring Marvin Bagley III, A’ja Wilson and Jaren Jackson. Jr. in a conversation with host Charlamagne about their experience as Rising Stars, their passions of the court and more
Fans also received access to a special intimate performance by Migos, where the trio performed a variety of hit songs, including their hottest new track “Position to Win”.
If you’re in Charlotte this weekend, make sure to swing by the MTN DEW ICE Courtside Studios space on Sunday for even more incredible programming, appearances from Dennis Smith Jr. and Shawn Marion, and opportunities to unlock fresh prizes including tickets and gear from a limited-run capsule collection, “With All Due Respect,” by MTN DEW and Rhuigi Villaseñor, the founder of designer fashion brand RHUDE.
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