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Video: Coldplay, Bruno Mars, Beyoncé, Mark Ronson Perform at the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show

posted by Oscar February 7, 2016

Coldplay performed at this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, and it was actually a pretty damn good set. The British band commanded the main stage for the first half of the mini concert, with vivid colors adorning the stage and instruments, accented by the dancers on the flanks of the field holding large flowers and using them as part of an elaborate choreography accompaniment, like you would typically see at these sorts of productions but for say the World Cup.

After Chris Martin and crew played three tracks, it was time for Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars to do their smash hit “Uptown Funk,” which I have to say absolutely stole the show for me. Afterwards, Beyoncé appeared on the side of the field with an army of dancers to help her perform her new track “Formation,” doing so in spectacular fashion. The guest appearances portion culminated in both Queen Bey and Bruno meeting on the same stage together to finish up “Uptown Funk,” for which Martin joined them as they strolled down the catwalk.

Did Coldplay get upstaged, perhaps a tad bit, but all in all it was a memorable halftime show that stands out for not sucking and never being dull, and that’s all that matters. See it above.


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J. Cole, Foo Fighters, Kendrick Lamar + more Performing in NYC Super Bowl Weekend

posted by Oscar January 11, 2014

Bruno Mars - Red Hot Chili Peppers Super Bowl XLVIII

Today news got out that this year’s Super Bowl (XLVIII) will be more awesome thanks to the addition of the Red Hot Chili Peppers as special guests. I’m not sure exactly how this pairing will be working out creatively but the occasion calls for something truly spectacular and we would be safe to assume that they wouldn’t deliver anything short of that. New York will be celebrating in style, staying true to its name as “capital of the world” by hosting shows by the likes of J. Cole, Foo Fighters, Kendrick Lamar, Kings of Leon, John Legend, The Black Keys, Drake (+ Diddy) that weekend.

I believe Pursuit Of Dopeness just got a real valid excuse to try and make it to NYC at the end of the month…

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