Watch: 50 Cent Makes Surprise Appearance At Super Bowl To Perform “In Da Club”

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Watch 50 Cent Makes Surprise Appearance At Super Bowl To Perform In Da Club

50 Cent performs “In Da Club” at Super Bowl.

In the first part of the 2022 Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show, 50 Cent surprised everyone by performing his Dre-coproduced blockbuster “In Da Club” after Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre.

Following a duet of “The Next Episode” and Tupac’s “California Love” by Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre at California’s SoFi Stadium, the rapper performed a performance of his Dre co-produced smash, “In Da Club,” while emulating the upside-down posture he made in the original music video. A bunch of dancers joined 50 Cent in an impromptu club scene before the camera turned to Mary J. Blige, who performed a joyful rendition of Dre’s “Family Affair” before transitioning into the slow-burning “No More Drama.”

Kendrick Lamar then approached the stage, flanked by Black males wearing “Dre Day” sashes, to play “Alright” and an entrance to “m.A.A.d city.” Eminem then performed a medley of hits including “Forgot About Dre” and “Lose Yourself,” accompanied by Anderson.Paak on drums. The rapper took a knee at the end of the latter tune.

Jay-Z produced the Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show, which took place in the Los Angeles region for the first time in 30 years and was the first-ever hip hop-focused halftime show. The Bengals-Rams game included L.A. hip hop icons Snoop, Dre, and Lamar making their Big Game debut. Eminem, a longstanding collaborator of Blige and Dre, also joined the three.

Watch the entire thing below (click on youtube).

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