Usher eagerly anticipates the 2024 Super Bowl Halftime Show as an opportunity to shine a spotlight on R&B music.
The acclaimed singer expressed his excitement during an interview with Good Morning America, emphasizing the historical significance for Black artists in the industry. Usher sees the performance as a chance to honor those who paved the way and acknowledges the collective effort that contributed to his success.
He plans to carry the spirit of R&B performers and his supporters with him onto the stage, emphasizing the importance of unity and representation.
The star-studded halftime show will also feature performances by Reba McEntire, Post Malone, Andra Day, and Tiesto, with rumors circulating about potential appearances by Ludacris and Lil Jon.
Get ready to scream “Yeah!” at Super Bowl LVIII as Atlanta takes the stage for the Halftime Show in Las Vegas. According to an exclusive source, Usher won’t be alone—joining him will be two other Southern music icons, Ludacris and Lil Jon.
“Ludacris and Lil Jon will definitely be with Usher at the Super Bowl, ” according to the source.
Reba McEntire is set to perform the national anthem, while Post Malone will lend his voice to “America the Beautiful,” and Andra Day will deliver a rendition of “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Adding to the excitement, Tiesto will make history as the first official in-game DJ for the Super Bowl.
Fans are in for an early 2000s epic trio that’s not to be missed.
The Super Bowl LVIII will be broadcast on CBS and streamed on Paramount+ on February 11.