While there is much to complain about in 2022—inflation, anti-vax protests, not being able to listen to Neil Young on Spotify—the end of the current NFL season is, decidedly, not up for debate regarding its excitement. And come Sunday, not only will viewers get a kick ass match up between the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals during the Super Bowl, but the half time show has one of the most jam-packed line-ups that we’ve seen in years. Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop Dog, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar will take the stage together on February 13.
The combination of the five hip-hop superstars have 22 number one Billboard albums and 44 combined Grammy awards between them, making the headliners one of the most awarded Super Bowl half time casts of all time. The trailer for the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Half Time show was dropped during the semi-finals of the playoffs, highlighting each of the five acts in a four minute long video.
The crew of five performers follow a line of incredible Super Bowl halftime shows in recent years, ranging from last year’s performance by the Weeknd to the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, and Bruno Mars.
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As for the sports, the Los Angeles Rams (who have a bit of a home town advantage with the game being played at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California) will stare down the Cincinnati Bengals, who have not appeared in the Super Bowl since 1989. The game is scheduled for 6:30pm. Everything will air on NBC this year, with options to stream on Peacock—though you’ll need the streamer’s premium tier to access the game—in addition to the NBC Sports App and NBCSports.com.
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