Watch the trailer for Usher’s Super Bowl LVIII halftime show

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The half time of superbowl will bring together 30 years of music this February 11.

Usher Terrence “Terry” Raymond IV, better known as the singer Usheris already the protagonist so far of the next Super Bowl LVIIIsince it has been confirmed that he will be the one who will participate in the halftime that we are looking forward to, for some time there was talk about who would cover this part full of lights and magic for the spectators.

Throughout this year, names came out speculatively such as The Strokes and Harry Styles to name a few. However, the one who took on the task of officially communicating the news was the socialite kim kardashian that together with Apple Music and through a video, he calls Usher to notify you that the Allegiant Stadium of Las Vegas is waiting for you, ready for the spectacular and acclaimed show, the ingenious surprise where the entire world witnessed the musical choice.

He Super Bowl LVIII It will tentatively take place on February 11, 2024, but since 2019, specifically the halftime show has been produced by Roc Nation of JAY Z.

With a teaser one minute, the American musician paid tribute to one of his greatest hits, “Yeah!” launched twenty years ago in collaboration with Lil Jon and Ludacris. In this first look at his presentation, we also recognized some famous people like J Balvin and Jungkook, which starts the rumors of possible guests in the Halftime Show. The clip ends with the legend “a show, thirty years in the making”, are you ready to hear their hits?

What do you think it is? Usher Who will liven up this participation? For now, it is considered that he must give a first-class presentation, because the line of success is the one that everyone wants, but not everyone is on that list where they are part of the superbowl most spectacular, it can also be on the list of those that the public likes least. And well, good luck Usher!


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