The Superbowl, the championship game of the American Football League NFL, will be the scene of a great concert this year. Every year, in the stage show held during the halftime of the match, a live performance will be held for the first time in the organization that hosts the big stars. At the halftime of the match, which will be played on February 13 at SoFi Inglewood stadium in California, Dr. Dre, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige will perform.
He will perform as part of such a large organization in California, where he grew up. “Being performing at the Super Bowl halftime show and doing it in my own backyard will be one of the most exciting moments of my career,” Dre said of the concert.
At best, if we’re lucky, the 2022 Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show in Los Angeles will host some terrific names. On Thursday night, much of social media will feature Los Angeles hip-hop legends headlining the show next February.
The Super Bowl Halftime Show has been using the element of surprise as its primary weapon for years, as if it were a mischievous football team known for gimmicks.
Last year, The Weekend performed at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida for the Super Bowl LV halftime show. They’ve been a huge hit and their fans are waiting for it to happen again.
We can say that those who miss rap stars and old generations will experience a great festival. Whoever they miss, they will all be on the stage.
This year hip-hop fans won’t be able to suppress their excitement for the artists’ roster. Because it’s their turn.
43 Grammys, 19 No. 1 Billboard albums, 5 epic hitmakers and 1 stage for the #SBLVI #PepsiHalftime show. 🎤🤘@nfl @rocnation @nbcsports @drdre @eminem @snoopdogg @maryjblige @kendricklamar pic.twitter.com/C3bh8TdX3a
— Pepsi (@pepsi) September 30, 2021
Rap Beats Festival in Super Bowl
Hip-hop will be the focus of attention at the upcoming show, as the artists span generations of the genre’s vibrant history.
More popularly, Dr. Andre Romelle Young, known as Dre, rose to fame in the mid-’80s with Ice Cube, MC Ren, DJ Yella, and the late Eazy-E and gangsta rap group N.W.A. Kendrick Lamar in 2012 Dr. Dre’s Aftermath Records and has since released four albums. Three of his albums are part of Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
Super Bowl LVI will be at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California on February 13, 2022.
The halftime show is bigger than the Super Bowl itself! 🏈🤘🏼 pic.twitter.com/b6wn6xU7Lv
— FredWreck (@Fredwreck) October 1, 2021