Oakland hip-hop legends to perform last Warriors halftime show

“Encore!” only a longtime, diehard Warriors fan would keep in mind that’s the catchword the team adopted once winning its 1st title 44 years ago.

But the encore performance the Warriors have planned at halftime in their final game at Oracle Arena Thursday night may resonate with fans for years. That’s what Mistah fabulous is hoping for once he and 3 other Bay Area-based hip-hop legends entertain the gang at Game 6.

Mistah Fab is joined by G-Eazy, Too Short and E-40 in a very star-studded farewell to the Warriors’ home of the past 47 years.

“What would be a bigger thanks to exiting than have some artists who square measure from the realm, that represent the soil, to perform ahead of the people?” Mistah fabulous told KPIX-TV. “Years later we will return and say, ‘Man, we tend to performed the last performance at (an) metropolis Warriors game.’ ”

Nonetheless, he’s conjointly hoping their performance includes a rather more immediate impact.

“I hope that it’s enough to fuel the fireplace for the U.S. to travel out and get an ending,” Mistah fabulous said.


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Performing at halftime tonight with the legends I grew up on for the last game ever to be played at Oracle arena. Life is hella crazy 🙏🏼

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Oakland-born Gerald Gillum, far better known as G-Eazy, talked sentimentality in an Instagram post-Thursday morning.

“Performing at halftime tonight with the legends I grew informed for the last game ever to vie at Oracle Arena. Life is hella crazy.”

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