The Super Bowl Half-Time Show 2022: Top 5 Performers We Expect to See

We’re excited about the Super Bowl championship game of 2022. Fans are already predicting the next winner of the Super Bowl as we wait in anticipation.

Apart from football, the Super Bowl is also popular because of its half-time shows. The crowd enjoys performances from top-rated artistes while waiting for the next half of the game. This year promises another power-packed half-time show, filled with exciting performances.

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The Super Bowl doesn’t dial down with their half-time shows. This year, we expect several celebrities to take the stage. Here’s a list of 5 stars who will likely perform in Inglewood, California.

1.          Dr. Dre

Dr. Dre is a rap legend who started his career in 1985 as a member of the now-defunct World Class Wreckin’ Cru. His life as a famous rapper started with the N.W.A. rap group. He is a serial entrepreneur, singer, songwriter, and producer. Formerly, he was the co-founder and president of Death Row Records. Now, he is the C.E.O. of Beats Electronics and Aftermath Entertainment.

He has won six Grammy awards and has been nominated for several others. His hit songs include Still D.R.E, Next Episode, and Ain’t No Fun. He’s indeed a musical veteran, and we’re excited to see him perform this year in the Super Bowl half-time show.

2.          Eminem

Every rap lover would have a few Eminem songs in their playlist. He’s one of the best-selling music artists of all time, and his record sales are estimated to be around 220 million worldwide.

He’s a rapper, songwriter, and producer with several collaborations with other top music artists like Rihanna, Skyler Grey, and 50 Cent. His top hits include Lose Yourself, Love the Way You Lie, and Rap God. It’ll indeed be an honor to see the rap icon perform at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show.

3.          Kendrick Lamar

Kendrick is the youngest amongst the performers billed for the halftime show this year. He has become one of the most influential rappers of his time, even though he got his first hit album in 2012 with ‘Good Kid, M.A.A.D City.’ Lamar isn’t just a solo artist; he’s also an active member of the hip-hop group ‘Black Hippy.’

Lamar has 13 Grammy awards to his name.  He has recorded songs with major artists such as Dr. Dre, Baby Keem, and Thundercat.

4.          Snoop Dogg

Snoop Dogg’s fame dates to 1992 when he was featured on Dr. Dre’s song, ‘Deep Cover.’ He got another feature on another Dr. Dre’s album and has gone ahead to make a successful career for himself since then. He has sold over 12.5 million albums in the United States and  37 million albums worldwide.

Some of his best songs include Beautiful, Snoop Dogg, and Woof!. He is expected to perform some of his hit songs in the show in February.

5.          Mary J. Blige

She’s the only female artist expected to appear in this year’s halftime show — and, interestingly, the only R&B singer. Her career debuted in 1991 with Uptown Records. In her thirty years in music, she’s released 15 studio albums, and eight of those albums became hits in America and worldwide.

A versatile singer, songwriter, and actress, Mary J. Blige has released songs with Method Man, Puff Daddy, and Jimmy Napes. Her best songs include Family Affair, Real Love, and Be Without You.


The Super Bowl halftime show has seen many musical icons over the years, including the legendary Michael Jackson and The Rolling Stones. This year promises to be just as exciting. Sometimes, the organizers have been known to add a surprise guest artist to the list. We have to wait and see what they have up their sleeves this year.

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