The Super Bowl LVI halftime show aired live on NBC from the SoFi Stadium. Here’s the scoop:

With a score of 13-10, the Los Angeles Rams scored a slight lead over the Cincinnati Bengals. After the second quarter ended, the highly anticipated Super Bowl LVI halftime show launched live on NBC. This memorable performance featured Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar. The creative setup told a genuine story, and it looked like it could also be a new collaborative music video.

During the halftime show, a few unexpected surprises were revealed on live television. 50 Cent performed “In Da Club”, and Anderson .Paak proudly played the drums during Eminem’s performance. Also, Eminem knelt on one knee after performing “Lose Yourself”, and he held his lowered head with his right hand. Next to Eminem, Dr. Dre started playing “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” on the piano as a tribute to Tupac Shakur.

This moving halftime performance consistently expressed the idea of hope, strength, and triumphance after facing many adversities. This empowering show also displayed the longevity of Dr. Dre’s legacy as a music mogul and producer. Click here to watch the Super Bowl LVI halftime show.