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Doctor.  Dre and his co-workers put on a nostalgic show at halftime during the Super Bowl |  Music

Doctor. Dre and his co-workers put on a nostalgic show at halftime during the Super Bowl | Music

showbizThe Super Bowl halftime show was a celebration of hip-hop for the first time ever, paying homage to Los Angeles – where the end of the NFL season took place this year. West Coast Legends d. Dre, Kendrick Lamar and Snoop Dogg join rapper Eminem and R&B singer Mary J. Blige on one of the best-received breakout shows in recent years.


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First, onlookers and viewers at home were treated to a bit of West Coast hip-hop: Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg started with the song The Next Episode and then moved on to Tupac’s California Love, which, according to the lyrics, went down very well at the Los Angeles Stadium. 1995 song produced by d. Dre, just like In Da Club, the song he performed with 50 Cent’s surprising acting afterwards. Although it has been rumored for some time that 50 Cent will be joining the previously announced artists on the show, his arrival has not been confirmed before the NFL Finals rest.

Photo from the Super Bowl halftime show. © AFP

Mary J. Blige was next on the set: the singer sang her hits “Family Affair” and “No More Drama” and Kendrick Lamar followed with “MAAD City” and “Alriht”, where the rappers and their dancers were in boxes. Marked as “Dre Day”.

Kneeling Eminem

Then Eminem sang a short excerpt from “Forgot About Dre,” the song he released in 2000 with Dr. know. The proverbial ceiling took off when Eminem appeared on the scene and was accompanied by a live band — with Anderson Buck behind the drums — singing “Lose Yourself,” his song about self-determination from the movie “8 Mile.” The rapper was particularly impressed by the kneeling with his head in his hands at the end of his performance, in honor of the NFL player’s protests against police brutality and racial injustice, which were started in 2016 by former quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Earlier, sports and entertainment platform Puck News reported that the NFL, the NFL, banned Eminem from kneeling. But then, an NFL spokesperson said, “We saw all the elements of the show during various rehearsals this week and knew Eminem would.”

The artists ended the show’s halftime show with the song “Still DRE”.

Eminem kneels at the end of his performance.

Eminem kneels at the end of his performance. © AFP

Incidentally, the show’s performers on the hip-hop halftime show at the Super Bowl were the oldest in history. The music veteran is 286 years old – and a bank account of $983 million.

Many stars in the audience

Not only on stage, but also in the audience there were many stars. The Super Bowl was held in the hometown of many Hollywood stars and they appeared in large numbers in the final game of the American football season in Los Angeles.

Eminem performs during the halftime show.  Anderson left Buck on the drums.

Eminem performs during the halftime show. Anderson left Buck on the drums. © AFP

Dwayne Johnson was at SoFi Stadium by invitation. The actor reclaimed his time as a wrestling personality The Rock by introducing teams in WWE style. Shortly before that, Johnson shared an Instagram post where he talked about his college days playing college football and dreaming of a Super Bowl. “My football dreams were shattered, but after so many years they came true in a way,” he said of his presence on the field which represented the most important game of the year.

Dwayne "the rock" Johnson introduces the WWE-style teams, the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals, at the Super Bowl in Los Angeles.

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson introduces the WWE-style teams, the Los Angeles Rams and the Cincinnati Bengals, at the Super Bowl in Los Angeles. © AFP

On the playground in Englewood, a suburb of Los Angeles, Kanye West was also present with his two older children, North and Saint. Sean Penn, Rebel Wilson, Charlize Theron, Ellen DeGeneres and Portia De Rossi, Tracy Morgan and Mark Wahlberg were also seen in the stands, as well as Matt Damon, Jay Z and his daughter Blue Ivy, Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck, Justin and Hailey Bieber and Kendall Jenner.

Also Prince Harry He attended the event in his new city, Los Angeles. He brought with him his niece, Princess Eugenie, on this occasion. According to People, the two kings have yet to reveal which team they’re supporting.

Ramez Super Bowl win

The Los Angeles Rams won their second Super Bowl on Sunday. They beat the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. The Rams were also in the final three years ago, but then lost to superstar Tom Brady at the New England Patriots.

From left to right Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Dr.  Dre, Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, and Snoop Dogg during the first half show.

From left to right Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, and Snoop Dogg during the first half show. © AFP

Photo from the Super Bowl halftime show.

Photo from the Super Bowl halftime show. © AFP

Eminem kneels at the end of his performance.

Eminem kneels at the end of his performance. © Reuters

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