Superbowl features popular throwback hip-hop and rap artists from the ’90s

The Bengals vs Rams Superbowl halftime show was preformed by Dr.Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 cent, Eminem, Mary J.Blige and Kendrick Lamar. The artists put on a nostalgic and entertaining performance for the fans.

The 2022 Superbowl halftime show was performed by Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, 50 cent, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar at So-Fi Stadium on February 13th.
The show started with Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg with songs “The Next Episode¨ and ¨California Love” in honor of 2Pac, a hip-hop artist who died in 1996. Shortly after, 50 Cent began performing the hit song “In Da Club” right below them.
Following soon after, Mary J. Blige, an R&B artist, performed “Family Affair” and “Off to the Races.” This led to Kendrick Lamar and his performance of “Alright.” Without wasting a second, Eminem appeared from the side of the stage with Dr. Dre. They sang “Forgot About Dre΅ and “Lose Yourself.” Snoop Dogg and Dr.Dre ended the whole show with their collaboration song “Still D.R.E.”
According, a resource for sports news, Eminem took a knee as a way to show support for the Black Lives Matter movement. This action quickly made headlines after the show.
In 2019, Jay-Z and his record label ‘Roc Nation’ partnered with the NFL to help create the halftime shows. He started helping the NFL shows with J-Lo and Shakira’s performance.
Compared to last year’s show, performed by the Weeknd, there were far fewer limitations. The Weeknd’s show had many COVID-19 restrictions, with the dancers being socially distanced.
Overall, this year’s show was well worth the watch. It provided a nostalgic performance for 90s hip-hop and rap fans. It also included artist Kendrick Lamar, who is more current.