Migos' "Stir Fry" named the official song for 2018 NBA All-Star Weekend
Migos mania continues.
From the kitchen to the hardwood, Migos mania is crystal clear.
As 2017 added a heap load of stock to their name, Migos continue to level up and 2018 should see no different as their new single is already locking in achievements. “Stir Fry,” which was released last week featuring production by Pharrell, has been named the official song of next year’s NBA All-Star Weekend. Teasers for the announcement was revealed over the Christmas weekend via social media along with an official promo video.
Set to take place February 16-18 in Los Angeles, the 2018 NBA All-Star weekend paired with “Stir Fry” is a winning combo, especially when we’re talking about a record that features lines like, “Don’t discriminate, ballplayers come in all sizes/ Finger roll, post move, or the pick and roll.”
In related Migos news, check out where the group’s Culture album, along with Offset and 21 Savage’s Without Warning joint project, landed in our 2017 Year-End Review.
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