The 34-year-old stepped on the musical stage for the first time since 2018 and gave a memorable performance in between the Kansas City Chiefs’ 38-35 win over Philadelphia Eagles.
Like Rihanna, here’re 6 Ghanaian artistes who can shut down Super Bowl halftime show
Social media has been reacting to Rihanna’s explosive performance at State Farm Stadium for the LVII Super Bowl Halftime show.
The Super Bowl is the annual playoff championship game of the National Football League (NFL), and it draws millions of eyebrows.
Aside from the game itself and the billions of dollars that are spent on advertising, the Super Bowl’s half-time show is another thing that piques the interest of fans.
Rihanna performed back-to-back hits and also showed off her baby pump, confirming that she’s expecting her second child.
No Ghanaian musician has ever performed at the Super Bowl half-time show yet, but it won’t hurt anyone to start dreaming of such a day.
Ghana has produced several great musicians, both past and present, and maybe an artiste from the West African country could soon be performing at the NFL final.
Pulse Sports brings you five modern Ghanaian musicians who have the ability and temperament to boss a performance at the Super Bowl on any day.
Known as the king of stagecraft, Samini Dagaati will definitely relish performing at the Super Bowl half-time show.
The High Grade Music CEO is one of the best live performers in Africa and he certainly has lots of songs that will resonate with a global audience. Given the chance, Samini should be able to delight the NFL fans.
Sarkodie has seen it all and remains the most successful rapper from Africa. A two-time BET award winner and holder of several other accolades, Sarkodie can match the energy and lyrical dexterity of Eminem, Snoop Dog and the rest.
He has performed at big concerts in his career and has the experience of not being overawed by the huge fandom of the Super Bowl.
Wiyaala is one of the most travelled contemporary Ghanaian musicians. She remains the only artiste to have performed in almost every continent so far.
Her style may be different and her songs aren’t as hyper for dance, but the likes of Beyonce and Rihanna have thrived on the Super Bowl stage with his melodious voices and Wiyaala can equally deliver when given the chance.
Very few Ghanaian artistes can match Shatta Wale’s energy when it comes to performing on stage and such energy could see in thrive at the Super Bowl half-time show.
He’s the kind of artiste that can get every fan dancing even if they do not understand the language he sings in. Shatta Wale also has enough hit songs to warn up the NFL fans for as long as possible.
Stonebwoy performs with some level of elegance that is very rare. He finesses the microphone, which allows him to sing effortlessly.
He also has songs that cut across the genres of reggae, Afrobeats, dancehall and even RnB, and that should be enough to wow fans at the Super Bowl.
Afrobeat sensation Black Sherif is one of the rising stars and he has made quite a name for himself in the last two years.
The 20-year-old has performed on many big stages in recent months and continues to break barriers in the music circles.
Black Sherif may be young but his followership has grown tremendously and he has many fans from across the globe too, which makes him a good fit for the Super Bowl halftime show.
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