Super Bowl 2022: What Will be the Total Songs Played During Halftime Show?
Super Bowl 2022: What will be the Total Songs Played During Halftime Show?
The Halftime show has so many people excited. This year's show has many generations and so much "GOAT" talent.
The performance will include Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Kendrick Lamar, and Dr. Dre. Right off the bat, you'd expect each artist to get at least one song of their own in the performance, and then you'd expect other artists to sing songs together as well.
With the total currently sitting at 10.5, will these artists go over or under 10.5 songs during the halftime show?
Over or Under 10.5 Songs Played?
Over 10.5 -120 (Bet $120 to win $100)
There are five artists who all want to showcase their songs. Think back to last year. The Weeknd played nine songs all by himself. Shakira and Jennifer Lopez performed together two years ago and sang 14 songs combined.
With five artists, there's a huge selection of songs to sing. So many people are going to be requesting different songs so it's in everyone's best interest to play at least 11 songs.
Also, remember that not every song needs to be played in full. If a song is played for a short while and changed afterward, that short song will count as a song played. You'd have to imagine that these artists will play snippets from song to song and just keep performing hits from all of their legendary careers.
Even if each artist got two songs to perform from their legendary careers and then sang one last song as a group, that would be enough to get them over. I'd find it hard to believe that one of these artists would settle with just one of their songs being played at the Halftime show. They've all been on big stages prior to this, but still, there's nothing bigger than the Super Bowl.
So as long as each artist can get two songs played and then as a group, we hear one, the over hits. I'd imagine that we could see 15 or more songs with many snippets from many songs.
Jason grew up an avid sports fan. His passion for sports writing grew in high school and he developed a blog that was strictly for New York Sports. From his work, you will quickly realize that he loves looking at games from an analytical and numbers perspective and hopes to provide you with that same perspective in his articles.