Detroit Pistons Announce Hip-Hop Artist Ma$e Will Perform During Halftime On February 7 vs. Brooklyn Nets

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today that multi-platinum artist Ma$e will perform during halftime of the Detroit Pistons game versus Brooklyn on Friday, February 7 at The Palace of Auburn Hills.

“We are pleased to announce that Ma$e will perform at halftime for our game vs. Brooklyn on Friday, February 7,” said Harlan Hendrickson, Vice President of Marketing for Palace Sports & Entertainment and the Pistons. “Adding a performer of his caliber to our Friday Night Out entertainment line-up provides a unique opportunity to thrill our fans and add value to the overall basketball experience.”

Ma$e released his debut album, Harlem World in 1997 and quickly became a premier artist for Sean “Diddy” Combs’ label, Bad Boy Records. Harlem World debuted at number one on the Billboard Pop and R&B charts and went four-times Platinum. Top hits “Feel so Good” and “Lookin’ at Me” both reached number one on the Billboard charts, while “What You Want” peaked at number three.

Ma$e has delivered three studio albums throughout his music career – Harlem World (1997), Double Up (1999) and Welcome Back (2004). In October 2013, Ma$e announced his plans to release a fourth album titled Now We Even.

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