Performing at the Super Bowl halftime show used to be a badge of honor every artist welcomed with open arms, but that changed in the last few months. NFL bosses had a hard time finding performers for the 2019 edition of this epic
Multiple sources claimed Maroon 5 and Travis Scott will make an appearance at this year’s Super Bowl, but things finally became official after this announcement. They’ll be joined by Atlanta native and Outkast member Big Boi during halftime show taking place on February 3.
Several famous artists, including Rihanna and Cardi B, reportedly turned down the opportunity to headline the event. Some even tried to talk Scott out if it, after the news of his involvement made the headlines, but he wasn’t backing down.
The “Sicko Mode” rapper made sure his appearance at the Super Bowl stands for something by convincing the NFL to donate $500,000 to Van Jones’ charity Dream Corps. Scott stated he backs anyone who takes a stand for what they believe in, and that’s exactly what he did by partnering up with the NFL on this important donation.