Show Usher at the 2024 Super Bowl – El Sol de México

In mid-October, the NFL announced to Usher Terrence Raymond IVbetter known simply as Usher, to be in charge of carrying out the halftime show of the Super Bowl LVII who will dispute the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers.

The singer specializes in the genres of Pop, Soul and R&B and he began his career at the age of 15 with his first self-titled album in 1994. Although it has been the least successful of his career, he received a platinum record for reaching 40,000 copies sold, which made him be in the eye of the best producers.

In 1997 he published his second project, My Way and then the third in 2001 called 8701. With the latter he was acclaimed by a large sector of the public with the hip hop and pop which was so popular at that time in the 90’s. In fact, the production sold more than seven million copies and had two dominations at the Grammys.

However, Usher’s real explosion came with his single “Yeah” next to Lil Jon and Ludcarisincluded on your album Confessions. The song, with a very particular sound, was present in any radio station, partiescenters of 2004 entertainment and commercials until the end of 2010. Even today it is a cult product that most people know, not so much because of the performers but because of the sound effects and the tune that are played tirelessly on social networks.

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From there on, Usher established himself as one of the most important singers and also became known for being a talent hunt. The most relevant artist that he supported and made known was none other than Justin Bieber; while in the soloist category he did not have such a noticeable impact again, and it is not that he needed it.

He released four more albums: Here I Stand (2008), Raymond V Raymond (2010), Looking 4 Myself (2012) and Hard II Love (2016). Among his greatest successes were his participation with Justin Bieber in “Somebody To Love“, and “DJ Got US Falling In Love” next to French DJ David Guetta. In addition to appearing in several films such as “Never Say Never“, Beiber’s documentary, “scary Movie 5“, “Muppets: Most Wanted” and “Hustlers”.

In 2020 he announced a residency at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, with a series of concerts for 4 thousand 300 people each and that would end in 2022. These events went viral on social networks and Usher quickly generated a certain closeness with “Sin City”, to the point that he will be at the first Super Bowl to be held there where he will also sing live for the first time. time with their new single “Coming Home”, which is part of the new album with the same name that was released on February 9.

No artist invited to the Super Bowl halftime show is paid by the company. NFL, their performance is free. The Most important American football league determine this by noting that the reward is publicity, by considering your event as one of the most important showcases in the world.

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Just last year, Rihanna they saw her more than 190 million people on television and caused a interaction of more than 400 million on the main social networks; historic numbers for an artist in the big game.

He Super Bowl LVIII will be celebrated on Sunday February 11in it Allegiant Stadium in Las VegasSnowfall.

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