Super Bowl 56 Halftime Show Prop Bets

The buzz surrounding Super Bowl 56 is deafening. Almost as deafening is the buzz around the Super Bowl Halftime Show where Dr. Dre, Mary J. Blige, Snoop Dogg, Kendrick Lamar, and Eminem are all slated to perform. Check out a list of Super Bowl 56 Halftime Show props along with analysis and free picks.

Prop Odds for the Super Bowl 56 Halftime Show

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Artist to Perform First

  • Dr. Dre +150
  • Mary J. Blige +200
  • Snoop Dogg +375
  • Kendrick Lamar +650
  • Eminem +700

Dr. Dre has put the halftime show together. So it makes sense that he’d be the person to first sing a song. It also makes sense to end the show with Dre’s most successful protégé, Eminem. The odds on this prop are more than fair. Go with Dre to cash.

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: Dr. Dre

Any of Eminem’s Performance Be Censored

  • Yes -180
  • No +135

The odds say yes. The smart money is likely on no. If this were pre-40 year old Marshall Mathers, than probably. But Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem want to ensure the NFL always includes hip-hop in halftime show discussions. Dre said this move, showcasing five of the biggest names in hip-hop ever, should open the door for more hip-hop artists to work with the NFL. The move won’t lead to anything in the future if Em curses up a storm.

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: No

Any of Eminem’s Performance Be Censored

  • Yes -180
  • No +135

The odds say yes. The smart money is likely on no. If this were pre-40 year old Marshall Mathers, than probably. But Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, and Eminem want to ensure the NFL always includes hip-hop in halftime show discussions. Dre said this move, showcasing five of the biggest names in hip-hop ever, should open the door for more hip-hop artists to work with the NFL. The move won’t lead to anything in the future if Em curses up a storm.

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: No

Fist Song Performed

  • California Love +200
  • The Next Episode +375
  • Family Affair +400
  • Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang +700
  • Lose Yourself +650
  • Drop It Like Its Hot +750
  • All the Stars +1000
  • Still D.R.E +550
  • HUMBLE +950

No offense to Dre, Snoop, or any other hip-hop artist from the west coast, but Tupac is and will always remain California’s most important hip-hop artist. Plus this is the NFL’s return to Los Angeles. Ending the show with California Love makes sense. Dre figures to open the show with The Next Episode. Super Bowl 56 is the next episode in the NFL’s relationship with Los Angeles. Why not start it with Dre’s titular tune?

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: The Next Episode

First Dre Song Performed

  • The Next Episode -110
  • Still D.R.E +125
  • Nuthin’ But A ‘G’ Thang +325

It’s tough to take short odds. But in a way, The Next Episode represents the NFL’s transition from a mainly country music brand into hip-hop. Roger Goodell wants to do both, of course. Also, Still D.R.E is too on the nose while it seems impossible to turn Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang into a PG song.

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: The Next Episode

First Eminem Performed

  • Lose Yourself +175
  • My Name is +375
  • The Real Slim Shady +225
  • Without Me +750
  • Stan +900
  • Any other song +225

There’s a lot to choose from on this list. Lose Yourself is a terrific tune and who doesn’t like The Real Slim Shady? But Lose Yourself is the song that’s closest to a Super Bowl Halftime song. Expect a downgraded version. 5 minutes and 20 seconds, along with an extended intro, is too long for an SB halftime.

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: Lose Yourself

How Many Songs Will be Played During the Super Bowl 56 Halftime Show?

  • Over 8.5 -380
  • Under 10.5 +265

We must figure each performer gets maybe a couple of songs with the group finishing up with California Love. So that’s 11. There’s room in Tupac’s most famous tune for everyone to get a line or two.

Super Bowl Halftime Show Pick: 56: Over 8.5

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