While the Rams led the second quarter, players began to retreat, but the halftime show was even more impressive, with Mary J Blige, Dr. Dre, and Eminem taking the stage.
The halftime stars weren’t the only musical acts Sunday night. Jhene Aiko opened the game with "America the Beautiful", followed by Mickey Guyton’s soulful rendition of "The Star Spangled Banner"
Pepsi sponsored the halftime show and it began with "The Next Episode", Dr. Dre's iconic hit. They danced on a white, nondescript set that was designed to look like a strip mall.
50 Cent surprised the audience by performing "In da Club" while partially hanging upside-down for the start of the show. He was then joined by dancers.
Mary J. Blige was on the stage performing "Family Affair" and dancing in shining, thigh-high boots with silver glitter. She then transitioned into "No More Drama."
Filled cardboard boxes with "Dre Day" on them prompted Kendrick Lamar, Pulitzer Prize-winning Artist to make his entrance. He performed the prologue to his hit "M.A.A.D City," and then a black step group joined him in performing "We 'Gon Be Alright".