Remember the days when a Billboard Chart-topping Hip Hop group would perform during your lunch break at school? We don't either, but that's exactly what happened when Far East Movement paid a surprise visit to Franklin High School in Los Angeles Monday afternoon.
Far East Movement, who just completed a tour with Rihanna, teamed up with adidas and performed the mini-concert as part of the new “all adidas” campaign–adidas's largest marketing campaign to date.
Students formed a mini-mosh pit and sang along while Far East Movement performed their hit songs “Girls On the Dance Floor”, “Like A G6” and “Rocketeer” on the auditorium stage.
“We were just a couple of kids from L.A. with a dream!” Kev Nish told students.
The “all adidas” campaign focuses on the passion athletes, musicians and artists who put on their “game faces” prior to tackling their dreams.
Photos of the best”game faces captured at Franklin High have a chance of being used in an ADIDAS commercial set to air during the MTV Movie Awards in June.
Visit www.facebook.com/adidasoriginals to upload your own game face, and maybe we will see you on TV.
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