Snoop Dogg Joins Star-Studded Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show
The super bowl is known for getting some of the most popular names in music to perform in their halftime show. In the past years, we’ve seen performances by The Weeknd, Maroon Five, Justin Timberlake, Jennifer Lopez, and more. Super Bowl LVI is bringing together huge names to perform on the stage.
This year’s show will feature Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, and Kendrick Lamar. Pepsi shared a video of this iconic group of singers today on their YouTube channel.
The video begins with Eminem’s popular hit “Rap God” playing in the background. Focus is on him until his phone buzzes and he freaks out. From there, Snoop Dogg is seen driving with the song “The Next Episode” in the background. Snoop Dogg’s portion ends in a similar respect to Eminem. The video continues to play popular songs by the artists while also showing them, until we see them all together walking into the football stadium.
After hearing the popular hits of these performers, it’s obvious that this is going to be a good show. Fans in the YouTube comments are praising Pepsi for getting such great performers for 2022. Loads of fans are saying that this halftime show will be iconic.
“Together they have 44 Grammy Awards and 154 nominations,” a fan wrote on YouTube. “This is going to be legendary.”
Great Things Are on The Rise For Snoop Dogg
2022 is already off to a great start for Snoop Dogg. On top of the super bowl, he recently released “Chai Tea With Heidi” as the theme song for Germany’s Next Top Model and has a new song coming out on February 13. Even though his music is his claim to fame, this rapper does a bit of everything.
In the past few years he’s recently branched out business endeavors. He has credits for his liquor line, Indoggo Gin, a cannabis line, and even a cookbook with Martha Stewart. Most recently, the singer’s attorneys applied for a trademark of “Snoop Doggs” through the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The application states the singer intends to use trademark for hot dog and other kinds of sausage sales.