Detroit Pistons Announce Hip-Hop Artist Mase Will Perform During Halftime On February 7 Versus Brooklyn
AUBURN HILLS, Mich. – The Detroit Pistons announced today that multi-platinum artist Mase 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 Mase 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.”
Mase 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.
Mase has delivered three studio albums throughout his music career – Harlem World (1997), Double Up (1999) and Welcome Back (2004). In October 2013, Mase announced his plans to release a fourth album titled Now We Even.
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