Millennial musical classics come back for Super Bowl 56

Katie Bell, Staff writer

On Feb. 13, the Los Angeles Rams played against the Cincinnati Bengals in Super Bowl LVI. Generally, the commercials and halftime shows are what really entice people to watch the Super Bowl. 

The commercials are known to be very satirical, and anyone who watches the Super Bowl will continue to talk about them sometimes for years. 

The halftime show has always been a part of the “big day” that some may say is more exciting than the actual game. With some of the most popular performances being Michael Jackson in 1993, Prince in 2007 and Beyonce in 2013. 

After the NFL released the artists playing this year’s halftime show, millennials have been preparing for it since. This year’s halftime performance was a blast from the past, and some of the most popular artists from the 90s were on the stage Dr. Dre, Mary J., Snoop Dogg, Eminem, and Kendrick Lamar. Also a surprise performance by 50 cent was made. 

Eminem even shocked fans when during his performance he kneeled in solidarity with racial justice. 

Although these artists are still big names today, it was something extra special for the adults that could feel like teens again.