Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar are coming together to perform at this year’s Pepsi Super Bowl LVI Halftime Show put on by Dr. Dre on Sunday (Feb. 13). And a new trailer has been released to tease what’s to come.
Dropping a cinematic trailer titled “The Call,” director F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton) collaborated with halftime Fab Five to get fans and viewers amped up for the mega event.
Scored by Grammy Award-winning multi-instrumentalist and BET Awards musical director Adam Blackstone, the four-minute clip is inspired by their most famous music videos and showcases the artist’s greatest hits.
Fans can see Eminem mouth the lyrics to his single “Rap God,” before the camera transitions to Snoop driving in his car listening to “The Next Episode.”
From there, Blige appears and is seen getting her hair and makeup done while “Family Affair,” plays in the background. Lamar then pops up on screen and his track “Humble” takes over the clip.
Dr. Dre then calls the artists to gather at Los Angeles’ SoFi Stadium, home of this year’s Super Bowl. Rounding out the trailer tracklist is Tupac’s “California Love,” which was also produced by the good Doctor, as the Fab Five reunite.
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