2022 Super Bowl Bringing Dr. Dre Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and Eminem Together!

2022 Super Bowl will be lighting with legendary singers

Dr. DRE, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J.Blige, and Eminem will be seen in the new show ‘trailblazing musicians’. They will be seen together in the first half of Super Bowl halftime on NBC. Meanwhile, the news is confirmed by NFL this Thursday.

Legends coming together for an iconic event

Pepsi and Jay-Z entertainment, and Roc Nation will be lining up with the singers are productions.

the poster teaser for the show
Snoop Dogg Twitter

Super Bowl will take place on 13 Feb 2022. The venue for this Super Bowl will be the new SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. However, Dr. Dre is himself a musical master from Compton. Whereas Snoop Dogg is from Long Beach, and Kendrick Lamar is also from Compton. Meanwhile, according to the confirmed news, Kendrick Lamar will be occupying the central place in the performance.

The Real Silm Shady
Eminem | Instagram

Then we also have The Rap God himself, Eminem. Eminem generally does not collaborate with anyone so this case will be worth watching. The show creates history, as no one has seen such big names coming and performing together. Meanwhile, besides the obvious excitement of fans, the artists are also excited to perform. Dr. Dre said, the opportunity to perform at the Super Bowl Halftime show and doing it in his own backyard is one of the biggest thrills ever.

Dr. Dre | Instagram

In 2021, the performance of the Super Bowl which was aired on CBS was watched by 91.6 million viewers. It won’t be wrong to say that the performance of the Super Bowl has more viewers than the game itself. However, the 2021 Super Bowl had the lowest rating since 2006. Still, the performance was a blockbuster. This year we had The Weekend perform, besides the performance he was also seen in a lot of memes.

Also read: BTS Heartthrob ‘Kim Seok-jin’ to Sing for the New Drama ‘Jirisan’

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *