5 Artists who might join Usher on stage at the Super Bowl in 2024
Here are five artists who might join Usher on stage for a collaborative performance at the Super Bowl in February 2024.
Following the official announcement and confirmation that the legendary R&B and Pop singer Usher would be the artist performing at halftime at the Super Bowl in February 2024, speculations as to what songs the singer would perform at the event have surfaced on social media.
This is actually a question that has shocked journalists as the Grammy award-winning singer is, in fact, one of the biggest acts that shaped the R&B and pop culture in the United States. His unique stage, as well as his sonorous voice, is something that redefined the 'music game.'
With this in mind, we have compiled a list of five artists that might just hit the stage with the singer to mark the unforgettable occasion. The idea of other artists joining the headline act is something that is not new on the Super Bowl stage, as Dr. Dre's stage in February 2022 is still referred to as one of the best Super Bowl performances of all time as artists such as Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige and 50 Cent all joined in on stage at the event.
Here are five artists that might join Usher on stage in 2024:
Ludacris and Lil John
We might be in for the night of our lives in February 2024, as artists Ludacris and Lil John might perform the 2004 hit song titled 'Yeah' together for the first time in a while. "Yeah!" was indeed a highly successful collaboration between Usher, Ludacris, and Lil Jon. The song was released in 2004 as the lead single from Usher's fourth studio album, "Confessions." It became a massive hit, topping the charts in the United States and staying at number 1 for an impressive 12 consecutive weeks. It also achieved significant success internationally, including reaching the top spot on the UK charts. "Yeah!" is often considered one of the standout tracks of the early 2000s and a signature song for all three artists involved.
A collaborative stage with Alicia Keys is one many would want to witness. Their iconic collaboration titled 'My Boo' is a song many would want to enjoy on such a big stage. In 2004, Usher released "My Boo" as part of his fourth studio album, 'Confessions.' The song featured Alicia Keys and achieved great success, holding the Number 1 position on the US charts for six consecutive weeks. Additionally, it reached the peak position of Number 5 in the UK.
Who would ever forget the iconic duo? Usher and Justin Bieber performing together on stage is definitely something many would want to enjoy at the Super Bowl in 2024. In 2010, Usher and Justin Bieber joined forces for the catchy track "Somebody To Love." Their collaboration was well-received, and is often remembered as a certified banger in the music industry. The combination of Usher's experience and Justin Bieber's youthful energy made for a memorable and chart-topping hit.
The member of The Black Eyed Peas, Will.i.am, is one of the artists that might share the stage with Usher at the Super Bowl in 2024 to perform their smashing 2010 hit titled OMG, which peaked at Number 1 in the UK and Number 2 in the US.
The classic I Need A Girl, which features P. Diddy, might also be performed by the singer on the night. "I Need a Girl" was a 2001 single featuring P. Diddy that made a significant impact on the charts, reaching the Number 1 spot in the United States and reaching Number 4 in the United Kingdom.