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SUPER BOWL LVIII

What songs did Usher sing during the Super Bowl Halftime Show? Here is the full setlist

Here are all the songs that Usher performed during his fantastic Halftime Show at the Super Bowl.

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Here are all the songs that Usher performed during his fantastic Halftime Show at the Super Bowl.
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The Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show has come to an end! This Sunday afternoon, February 11, Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada, hosted the 58th edition of the Super Bowl: Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Francisco 49ers.

While the duel for the coveted Vince Lombardi trophy is the main event, the halftime show stands out as the moment when the game gets the largest audience. This is due to the fact that non-sports fans tune in to watch their favourite artists perform in the huge arena.

For Super Bowl LVIII, the NFL and Apple Music - official sponsor of the halftime show - chose Usher, who starred in the 2024 halftime show. The multi-talented R&B artist’s performance marked his return to the stage with his 2024 tour coming up.

Usher Haltime Show Full Setlist:

  1. Caught Up
  2. U Don't Have To Call
  3. Superstar
  4. Love In This Club
  5. My Boo (ft. Alicia Keys)
  6. Confessions Pt. II (ft. Jermaine Dupri)
  7. Nice & Slow
  8. Burn
  9. U Got It Bad (ft. H.E.R.)
  10. Bad GIrl (ft. H.E.R.)
  11. OMG (ft. Lil Jon)
  12. Yeah! (ft. Ludacris)
San Francisco 49ers went head to head against the Kansas City Chiefs in a heated battle.
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San Francisco 49ers went head to head against the Kansas City Chiefs in a heated battle.TIM NWACHUKWUAFP

Super Bowl madness:

The ‘Yeah’ performer, whose girlfriend is Jenn Goicoechea, broke records by pulling off the longest performance in the history of the SB Halftime Show, with the reaction a mixture of both positive and negative comments on social media.

Unlike previous presentations, and as anticipated by the Dallas, Texas native, his performance lasted 15 minutes. During this time, the singer tried to encapsulate more than three decades of music career, resulting in a spectacular setlist, which included his most popular songs, fully meeting the expectations of his most loyal fans.