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Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, & 50 Cent Perform at Super Bowl Halftime Show

todayFebruary 13, 2022

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California knows how to party.

After much anticipation, Dr. Dre put on for the West Coast and hip-hop with one of the most epic halftime shows ever at Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Calif. on Sunday (Feb. 13).

The hip-hop icon was joined by his famous friends including Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar. Dre and Snoop opened the Pepsi Halftime Show with “The Next Episode” while perched atop an elaborate all-white set resembling their hometown.

“West Coast make some noise,” Dre said before launching into “California Love.”

“Been in the game for 30 years,” rapped the 56-year-old icon while reminding the 100 million viewers of his legendary status.

Surprise guest 50 Cent then emerged for a performance of “In Da Club,” recreating his iconic music video while hanging upside down in a box.

Mary J. was in the spot and looking fly as ever while performing her Dre-produced hit “Family Affair” before delivering an emotional performance of her power ballad “No More Drama” that left goosebumps.

The excitement was palpable as King Kendrick made his return to the stage with “Alright,” backed by an army of dancers.

Then it was time for Eminem to get lost in the moment. Backed by Anderson .Paak on drums, Slim Shady commanded the crowd with his anthem “Lose Yourself.”

The 12-minute performance capped off with Dre, who took the stage beside Em to play the first notes of “Still D.R.E.” on the piano before his fellow legends joined him for the grand finale.

Prior to Sunday’s show, Snoop reflected on what the moment means for his city and hip-hop. “This is what hip-hop and the NFL is supposed to be about, representing change, about moving forward,” he said. “We appreciate the NFL for even entertaining hip-hop. We know a lot of people didn’t want hip-hop on stage, but we here now and ain’t nothin’ you can do about it.”

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Kid Cudi Calls Kanye West a ‘Dinosaur’ Amid Pete Davidson Beef

Kanye West and Kid Cudi’s friendship is on the rocks. On Saturday, Ye announced that his frequent collaborator will not be on his upcoming album DONDA 2 because of his friendship with Pete Davidson, who is dating Ye’s ex, Kim Kardashian. “JUST SO EVERYONE KNOWS, CUDI WILL NOT BE ON DONDA BECAUSE HE’S FRIENDS WITH YOU KNOW WHO,” Ye wrote on Instagram, “WE ALL SPEAK IN BILLIE LANGUAGE NOW.” Ye says Kid Cudi won’t be on #DONDA2 because “he’s friends […]

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