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All the songs Usher could play in his Super Bowl half time show
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All the songs Usher could play in his Super Bowl half time show

Fans can't help but guess the songs he's going to perform.

Where was Usher at 7 O’clock? On the dot?

Likely in his drop-top cruising the streets... on his way to the Las Vegas Super Bowl.

And ahead of that journey here are some of the song's the superstar could be performing at the NFL's 2024 halftime show.

With over 30 years making timeless songs in both R&B and pop, Usher certainly has made his mark on the music industry.

So much so that fans of the artists are losing their minds ahead of his NFL Super Bowl halftime performance.

Here is a list of some of his most popular songs that would blow the roof off the Allegiant Stadium.

But first let's look at the songs that would allow the star to bring out a special guest.

Yeah! - ft. Lil Jon, Ludacris

Usher's 2004 club banger is about 20 years old now and it still feels just as fresh and energetic as it did the first time you heard it on a night out.

This would give the R&B star the chance to bring out Ludacris and Lil Jon, both known for their high energy and would be brilliant in hyping the crowd up, if nothing else.

Good Good - ft. 21 Savage, Summer Walker.

One of Usher's most recent releases from August last year was the lead single from his upcoming ninth album.

The catchy song would also allow the star to perfectly segue into any of his unreleased material from his upcoming album.

Usher has fans everywhere excited for his NFL halftime show.
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Without You - ft. David Guetta

While Without You isn't the typical soulful R&B/Pop song many fans would associate Usher with, this song still proved vastly popular upon its release in 2011.

So would make sense for the singer to do a quick roll call through all the styles he has had over the years during his performance.

OMG - ft. Will.I.Am

Another non-typical song from Usher but was very popular in the club scene when it released back in the early 2010s. As well as that, Willi.I.Am is nothing if not a showman and the chant's throughout OMG would make for a great fan participation in the NFL stadium.

Love In This Club Pt II - ft. Beyonce and Lil Wayne

Now admittedly, this one is certainly a bit of a reach. But to imagine the pure pandemonium in the stadium, if Usher revealed superstars Beyonce and Lil Wayne for this slept on classic. A man can dream.

Usher has a hits across 3 decades to choose from for his performance.
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If we are unlucky enough to not have the superstar not perform any of these songs, there are still some fan favorites that the stadium can dance and do the U-turn to.

Personally, I am hoping to hear You Make me Wanna, You Remind Me, My Way, Nice & Slow, There Goes My Baby, and essentially anything from Confessions album, but we will have to see what Usher has in store for his fans.

Topics: Music, Super Bowl, NFL, Celebrity, Kansas City Chiefs, US News