Dr. Dre has recently jumped on the interview with Big Boy Neighborhood to talked about the plans for Super Bowl Halftime Show performance with Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar.
“We have been working hard to put together a fantastic show. It’s the first time they are allowing hip-hop artists to headline the Super bowl and we are getting ready for it and we know we are going to open the door for other hip-hop artists to be able to do Super Bowl Halftime shows in future.”
“Normally, they are allowing 11 minutes for the performance but they gave us north of 13 minutes to do our thing. Because the lack of time, it makes kinda easy which songs to choose to perform. We are just gonna go right to the hits to heavy hitters. Get in. Have a great time up there. Excite fans and get out. This is probably going to be a springboard for some of the things that’s gonna happen in the future that we have planned.”
“We all got together and everybody is very comfortable with the songs selection and we know exactly what we are going to do. We have amazing music director, Adam Blackstone. He’s over the top with it. Everybody is really excited about the songs selection. It’s time rehearsals to start.”
“Of course it was difficult for me to choose who’d perform at Super Bowl but we can’t have more artists because of the lack of time. We are here. Everybody’s really excited about it and I think the artists that didn’t get the chance to perform with us are gonna appreciate it as well.” said Dr. Dre
Listen to the interview below: