I am probably one of the very few guys that actually get excited about the Superbowl. It's just not my cup of tea and honestly, I can find a zillion other things to do besides being resided to my couch for 4 hours or even a bar, especially now more than ever. However, I have been excited about some of the halftimes shows that have been a part of the Superbowl and I have actually watched other things on television until the halftime show came on. Most notably the Janet Jackson halftime show that we all remember, and also I remember a year that Prince gave his everything at one of the years Superbowl, and of course, we can't forget about Beyonce who gave an electrifying performance.

But this year may be the year that I am the most excited about seeing. One of the curators and brains behind some of the most talented artists ever is overseeing the music for this year's Superbowl and that is Dr. Dre. He is bringing along some of his heavyweight friends including Eminem, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, and Kendrick Lamar and if I know Dre, we may get a few more surprises.

The trailer produced by movie director F. Gary Gray(Friday, Set It Off and Law Abiding Citizen) directed it and it's almost like watching a trailer to an upcoming movie.

The Superbowl this year will be February,13 so fellas make sure you enjoy yourself for the big game but of course, make sure to get your lady something nice for the following day as that will be the big day for ladies all over the world Valentines Day. I will be in the house for this game and locked to my television for one of the biggest Halftime parties ever during the Big Game.

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