Pharrell Williams is showing off the reasons he's considered one of music's top all-stars.
Ahead of Sunday's 2014 NBA All-Star Game on TNT, the Grammy-winning producer took the stage to provide the soundtrack for the player introductions. Pharrell enlisted his own all-star team of special guests, such as Snoop Dogg, who performed his Pharrell-assisted song "Beautiful."
Pharrell kicked off the performance by taking on his solo hit "Frontin'" before welcoming the night's first guest -- Nelly. The St. Louis-based emcee performed his 2002 hit "Hot in Here," which was produced by Pharrell and his Neptunes partner Chad Hugo.
The night got even with hotter when Sean "Diddy" Combs and Busta Rhymes arrived on stage to perform an all-star version of their 2002 collaboration "Pass the Courvoisier, Part 2."
Pharrell didn't just stick to his past hits for the performance. He also performed verses from his chart topping summer hits "Blurred Lines" by Robin Thicke and "Get Lucky" by Daft Punk before closing out the performance with his latest hit, the Oscar-nominated "Happy."
Check it all out below!
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