Usher offers the first clues about his performance at the 2024 Super Bowl

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“A performance. 30 years preparing it.” with that phrase Usher has made it clear that his performance at half-time Super Bowl 2024 It’s going to be one of the most memorable moments in recent music history. Because for 3 decades the rapper has dreamed of that moment that is already around the corner.

And the first tracks lead, inevitably, to one of their biggest hits. Yeah is the soundtrack of this first trailer that has Jungkook as a second big novelty. He is not the only known face of this advance in which he also J Balvin And till Lebron James They let themselves be carried away by the rhythm of the American soloist’s biggest hit.

“It’s the honor of a lifetime to finally cross a Super Bowl performance off my bucket list. I can’t wait to bring the world a show unlike anything they’ve seen before me.” the singer said about his milestone.

There is less than a month left until Intermediate Apple Music of the LVIII edition of the Super Bowl that will take place next Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas next Sunday, February 11 (in the early hours of Monday, February 12 in Spanish time).

The performance will come just a couple of days after the premiere of his ninth studio album Coming Home, out February 9 on Apple Music. Surely the first single from this album will be part of their final repertoire, which will also include hits like Yeah!.

The great doubt surrounding the repertoire continues to generate great expectation. In the discography of the American artist we find albums of very different genres with different spirits but with the same passion for their sound. And in many of them, an artist or collaborator who has made his legend even greater.

It is clear that Yeah! It has to be the opening song so that on February 11, the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas will stand up ready to enjoy the best quarter-hour show in the world. The presence of Lil Jon and Ludacris could be recurring on stage. A kind of leitmotiv to remember, with Yeah in the background, all of Usher’s great songs.


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