Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show

The Legendary performance by big name artists

The National Football League hosted Super Bowl LVI, which was the biggest game of the 2021-2022 season. The Los Angeles Rams played against the Cincinnati Bengals The SuperBowl is usually the main show, but the halftime show is another main event itself. This year’s show featured many big name artists like Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, 50 Cent, and Anderson Paak, who were featured in the Super Bowl LVI halftime show. These names are considered some of the biggest artists to ever exist as they have performed for many years. Many people enjoyed this year’s lineup of artists, as it brings back memories of the first time these artists performed. The live performance was legendary, as they sang and rapped some of their biggest hits to tens of millions of people. The show began with Dre. Dre and Snoop Dogg performing on rooftops of all white structures. These structures were supposed to be replicas that represented well known buildings in Compton, California. The architectural structures represented and celebrated the city of Compton and its historical significance to many of the artists. Compton was the home of many of the artists, as that is the location they grew up and evolved their music.

The opening songs included “The Next Episode” and “California Love.” Then, 50 Cent performed his hit song “In Da Club,” while re-enacting the hanging upside-down scene from the 2003 music video. Mary J. Blige entered the stage soon after and performed “Family Affair” and “No more Drama.” When Kendrick entered the stage, he was followed by a marching band crew and performed “M.a.a.D City” and “Alright.” Finally, Eminem appeared at the very top of the stage and performed “ Forgot About Dre” and “Lose Yourself.” As a final performance, all the artists came together and performed “Still D.R.E.” Overall, the halftime show was very entertaining. Evidently, the crowd enjoyed it, because the stadium was loud. The SuperBowl LVI halftime performance was one to remember, and it was legendary for California to be the host.

Written By: Casey Watkins

Graphic By: Casey Watkins

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