NBA All-Star Weekend is not too far away at this point and as we inch closer to the event, more details emerge. For basketball fanatics, it's an exciting time to see some of the top players in the game compete. Adidas' involvement with the weekend has been well-documented and they've already announced plans for their 747 Warehouse Street event during the weekend. Yesterday, they unveiled the sneaker line-up and today, they reveal their music line-up for their event.

The music line-up for Adidas 747 Warehouse St. NBA All-Star Event is looking hella dope. VP of Adidas global entertainment, Jon Wexler, hit Twitter today to reveal the tentative line up for the weekend. They've tapped some of the hottest artists in the game right now to join them. Expect performances from Lil Uzi Vert, French Montana, Pusha T, Playboi Carti, Rich The Kid, Cozy Boys, Kitty Cash and Mike Will Made It. In addition, they also have N.E.R.D, grime emcee, Stormzy, 21 Savage, Kaytranada, A-Trak as well as Michael Dapaah, better known as Big Shaq.

Wexler also said they're more to come on the line-up so this is just a glimpse of what's going down.

While N.E.R.D will be gracing 747 Warehouse St., they'll also be performing during the All-Star Game's halftime show.

Hip hop will be alive and well during the All-Star Weekend, if you haven't been able to tell. Migos "Stir Fry" is the official song of the All-Star Weekend. In addition, YG will also be hosting "The Boogie" NBA All-Star Weekend event which will also include performances from the rapper and the 4Hunnid Record roster as well as a 3 on 3 celebrity basketball game with DJ Mustard, Famous Dex, Nipsey Hussle and more.