February 7, 2023

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Michael Jackson, Prince, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg lead the way – The Athlete

Michael Jackson, Prince, Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg lead the way - The Athlete

For an artist who agrees to perform at the Super Bowl, they understand that they are working against the clock – sets are 15 minutes. They also know that they will be seeing more people at a single event than ever before in their careers and competing against multi-million dollar commercials to be the talk of the non-football events.

Does the performer have enough music in their catalog, enthusiasm, performance pieces, and skill to navigate all those difficulties?

We have halftime shows that address loss, stir controversy and also touch on the main societal topics of the day, and your shows have really taken the time to review the performance of each half since 1993 – my AD year. I’m kidding; I’m kidding. I really picked that year because that was when break shows started to look the way we know it today, so arranging any of the shows before that year would simply be unfair.

There were 30 shows at halftime before Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and Snoop Dogg played at halftime in Super Bowl LVI. Now, after such a great team performance, where does the Super Bowl halftime show land? We discuss that below.

30. Janet Jackson, Kid Rock, B Diddy, Nelly & Justin Timberlake (2004)

In terms of the actual first half set, song selection and performance, this was a massive show. The artists got along well together, and each of them respectively chose his most famous and optimistic songs for performance. This was probably the first halftime show that I remember in any great detail. I was sitting in my parents’ room, right in front of the TV, and my sister was next to me.

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For some reason, my parents weren’t in the room with us when the halftime show started, and that was really special to me because my dad is a huge fan, and I couldn’t imagine he would miss that performance.