Lil Baby recently provided halftime entertainment for McDonald’s All American Games. The event is a yearly basketball tournament that brings together young athletes from all over the U.S. and Canada.

The 27-year-old rapper’s performance went down this past Tuesday at Chicago‘s Wintrust Arena. Notably, the occasion marked the 45th anniversary of the All American Games. A total of 48 athletes participated in the event, and they were divided up by gender and coastal affiliation (i.e., East vs. West).

While the 45th annual All American Game, which was nearly sold out, was already enough to keep attendees captivated, rap superstar Lil Baby providing the halftime entertainment was a nice cherry on top.

The artist’s highly anticipated performance was 10 minutes long, and the young athletes joined him on court during the set.