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    “I’m Carrying You With Me When I Walk On That Stage”: Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show To Honor The Legacy Of Black Artists 

    There is nothing quite like making it to the top and getting to thank the people who put you there. That’s the kind of moment Usher is dreaming of having at his Super Bowl Halftime show. 

    As fans eagerly anticipate Usher’s performance, the halftime show promises to be more than a spectacle of lights and music. The singer is set to dazzle the audience during the Super Bowl LVIII and he’s gearing up to make it a tribute to all the Black artists who paved the way for his success, giving a nod to the resilient artists who blazed the trail for him to follow.

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    Usher Will Honor Black Musical Legacy At The Super Bowl

    Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Will Honor The Legacy Of Black Artists 
    Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Will Honor The Legacy Of Black Artists 

    In an interview with Good Morning America, the R&B sensation shared his excitement about headlining the prestigious event. The artist described it as an “adrenaline high.” For Usher, this performance is more than just a halftime show. It’s an opportunity to acknowledge the struggles faced by Black artists who came before him. 

    During the interview, he shared, “I think about what our country has kind of represented for Black artists, you know, having to at some point go through kitchens to even be able to perform for an audience, but they had to leave back through that same door, fear for their lives as they went to the next state to do the same thing.” 

    The singer expressed gratitude for the progress that allowed him to enter through the front door.  

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    A Journey Of Gratitude By Usher

    Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Will Honor The Legacy Of Black Artists 
    Usher’s Super Bowl Halftime Show Will Honor The Legacy Of Black Artists 

    With a career spanning decades, Usher emphasized the collaborative efforts that contributed to his success. While preparing for the halftime show, he reflects on his journey, acknowledging the support system that propelled him to where he is today.

    “I didn’t start where I am now, and I didn’t get there by myself,” he stated. “So, everybody that has been a part of it, I’m carrying them with me. All of my fans, my loved ones, the people who may have felt like they have been forgotten, they haven’t. I’m carrying you right with me when I walk on that stage that night.”

    In the high-stakes world of Super Bowl entertainment, Usher is not just taking the stage, he’s making a statement. Ans the statement is about inclusivity, acknowledgment, and the legacy of Black artists in the music industry.

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    Akshita Singh
    Akshita Singh is a Senior Content Writer at First Curiosity. She has been churning out content for 2 years. She's an avid reader and writer, fascinated by the works of Sylvia Plath, Franz Kafka, and Charles Bukowski. Akshita is also a poet herself, having written two poetry books titled ‘Made By Misery’ and ‘Deathbed’. Apart from goth literature, another thing that she enjoys is the real and fictional stories of Hollywood. She loves cinema and admires all works of art, be they delivered by actors or directors. So, keeping up with celebrity life comes as basic nature to her, something she loves knowing and informing others.

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