Chance the Rapper Brings Out Special Guests, Pays Tribute to Kobe Bryant at 2020 NBA All-Star Game Halftime Show

Chance the Rapper was joined by Lil WayneDJ Khaled and Quavo for a riveting 2020 NBA All-Star Game halftime show Sunday night (Feb. 16) that culminated in a tribute to the late Kobe Bryant.

Performing live from Chicago's United Center, Chance brought a medley of five songs to his set that included "No Problem" (with Lil Wayne), "Hot Shower," "I'm the One" (with DJ Khaled and Quavo, but without Justin Bieber), his verse from "Ultralight Beam" (without Kanye West -- even though West was spotted at the game) and "I Was a Rock," which was performed in Bryant's honor.

The halftime show followed an earlier musical performance by Jennifer Hudson, who kicked off the game with a moving rendition of "For All We Know" that was also in tribute to Bryant and his daughter Gianna, who died in a California helicopter crash in January.

Watch Chance's full NBA All-Star Game halftime performance in the video below, as a well as a clip of just his tribute to Bryant.