When American Singers, Rap Singers Become the Super Bowl Singers

American singers will take over the Superbowl halftime show in 2021 with the introduction of Superstars.

This is a big year for the sport, and while American artists are just starting to get noticed in the world of music, this year will see the debut of two American Superstars who are the first in the sport to take home a Super Bowl MVP award: Britney Spears and Stevie Wonder.

Spears will be crowned Super Bowl 50 MVP on Sunday, while Wonder will be the Superstar who will be in the spotlight for the entire game.

Spears, who is best known for her hits, “Hot In Herre” and “My Life Would Suck Without You,” will be joined on stage by pop star Justin Bieber.

Britney, who’s been nominated for three Super Bowls and three Grammy Awards, has been nominated four times for her music.

While Britney’s album “Bad Blood” was released in 2016, Wonder’s album is due out on Jan. 20.

Both Spears and Wonder have been nominated more than once for the Grammy Awards in 2017 and 2018.

Briton also took home two Grammys in 2018, while Britney also received her fourth Grammy Award in 2019.

The Grammy nominations for the two American artists were announced at the 2017 Grammys, and Wonder has been voted one of the Top 10 Greatest Albums of All Time by Billboard.