Mary J. Blige says the Super Bowl halftime show will be most epic thing in Hip-Hop, R&B history
The biggest NFL game of the season will take place this Sunday as the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams face off at Sofi Stadium for the biggest prize in football.
Mary J. Blige Reveals Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show What Fans Can Expect From The Music Icons’
Only four days left─Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar to perform at the Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show.
The Queen Of Hip-Hop Soul give her take on what we can expect on Sunday during Super Bowl LVI Halftime show in recent interview with Good Morning America.
“Man this thing is the most epic thing in music, like in hip-hop, R&B history, this is — man L.A. is never ever gonna be the same,” Blige told “Good Morning America.” “I watched the rehearsals — watching each person’s performance, I had goosebumps watching it.”
“Just know this. It’s some history, man,” said Blige, who previously performed at the 2001 halftime show alongside NSYNC, Britney Spears, and Nelly. “It’s a celebration how far you know hip-hop has come, how far R&B has come, how far you know just you know, music and our culture.”
(via Good Morning America)
Snoop Dogg is also looking forward to sharing the stage with his friends, calling the opportunity to perform at the Super Bowl in his hometown a “dream come true.”
“For me, when performing, I never let the moment get bigger than me,” said Snoop Dogg in a recent interview with The Associated Press from his studio compound in Inglewood, California, a suburb of Los Angeles where the Super Bowl will be held Sunday. He’ll take the stage with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar and Mary J. Blige.
The Doggfather calls performing at the Super Bowl in his home state a “dream come true.” He said he’s looking forward to sharing the stage with music legends who are his friends.