Watch Tierra Whack’s new music video celebrating the 76ers
Tierra Whack returned with a new music video, this time she paid tribute to the professional basketball team in her hometown.
The North Philadelphia rapper worked with the 76ers to create a fascinating new track called “76” to celebrate the team’s competition in the NBA playoffs.
Whack shouted out many 76 people in the lyrics of the entire song. People who got some love include Ben Simmons, Joel Embiid, Duke Rivers, Tyrese Maxi, Tobias Harris, and Danny Green. Whack also threw a reference to “Trust The Process” in the song.
But perhaps her most timely lyrics was “Shake Milton made millions” because the 76ers guard came off the bench with 14 points in the second half. Win the second game on Tuesday night Over Atlanta.
Whack performs with break dancers and drum lines throughout the music video. She can also be seen wearing a Mike Scott jersey and watching highlights of the season at various points in the music video.
The singer-songwriter also repeated many lines throughout the national anthem, including “just bounce” and “76”, and “the crowd went crazy.”
Although this song may not be as iconic as “Here Come the Sixers”, which became famous after winning the home game at Wells Fargo Center, Whack’s latest track is still very good. Watch the music video below:
The 25-year-old Philadelphia native is known for her eye-catching music videos and whimsical taste, both in her music and her style of dress.
On Tuesday night, as the 76ers, Whack attended the second game on the sidelines. Crush the Eagles 118-102 Equalized their Eastern Conference semifinal series 1-1.
The top-seeded 76ers are seeking to reach the Eastern Conference Finals for the first time since 2001, the last time the team appeared in the NBA Finals that year. The 76ers have not won an NBA championship since 1983.