‘Tom Brady you plan on being at this show?’: Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, Dr. Dre set to overshadow Bucs QB as NFL announces Super Bowl 56 halftime cast

Ashish Priyadarshi
|Published 01/10/2021

Tom Brady may not be the biggest headline in the Super Bowl this year as Kendrick Lamar, Eminem, and Dr. Dre are all set to overshadow him.

The NFL just announced that Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Eminem, and Mary J. Bilge will be the performing artists for the biggest football performance of the year, and fans can’t believe it.

The NFL has recently been stepping up their game when it comes to performing artists. Last year, they brought on ‘The Weekend’ in another memorable performance, and this one already seems to be generating more buzz around it.

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Tom Brady won’t be the main headline in Super Bowl 56 halftime as Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, Eminem, and Mary J. Bilge

Brady is eyeing a return to the Super Bowl (as everyone expects) for the second straight year, but, assuming he makes it there, he probably won’t make it if he gets there.

These are some of the greatest rappers in the world from history coming together on football’s biggest day. You can understand why there’s so much hype surrounding this event.

Eminem, Kendrick, and Dr. Dre all haven’t performed live like this in quite some time, and it’ll be great to see them all share a stage together during the greatest sporting spectacle of the year of the nation. NFL Twitter couldn’t believe the news, and reactions were flooding in from everywhere.

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Ashish Priyadarshi

Ashish Priyadarshi

Ashish Priyadarshi is The SportsRush's content manager and editor. Ashish freelanced for 1 year in the NFL division before taking on an editorial role in the company. He then tacked on managing content while adding on a writing role in the NBA division. Ashish has been closely following the NFL and NBA since the 2012 season when the Patriots lost the Super Bowl and Derrick Rose was at the height of his powers. Since then, Ashish has focused on honing his knowledge for both leagues in, even writing crossover pieces. In his free time, Ashish is an avid basketball player, he loves to watch movies and TV shows, immersing himself in the cinematic world. Ashish studies computer science and data science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and would love to mesh his love for sports with his technical skills.

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