Super Bowl music set list: Every song Usher performed at Super Bowl LVIII

Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show
Apple Music Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show / Kevin Mazur/GettyImages

It doesn't matter which team you cheered for, watching the Super Bowl was an incredibly stressful ride! But we're not here with game notes or to chat about the highlights. In this post, we're only focusing on the music! The Super Bowl Halftime Show is always full of surprises, and Usher's Halftime Show was no exception.

Whether you watched for the game, the Halftime Show, or as a Swiftie, that was such a fun and exciting Halftime Show from Usher. Who else was feeling nostalgic listening to Usher's biggest hits? And the special guest appearances? The cherry on top! Missed a song or two? We've got your back.

Usher, the singer-songwriter and arguably the King of R&B, delivered an incredible Halftime Show. Now, it wasn't perfect. What was up with the sound? Or should we say, the lack of it? Someone should've double-checked Usher's microphone or put the volume up just a bit. But the show went on! Usher gave us footwork, songs that took us back to the old days, and all the guest performers we could've asked for.

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Every song Usher performed at Super Bowl LVIII

Ready to create the perfect playlist? Here are the songs Usher and his special guests performed at the Super Bowl.

  • "Caught Up"
  • "Love in this Club"
  • "If I Ain't Got You," Alicia Keys
  • "My Boo"
  • "Confessions, Pt. II"
  • "Burn
  • "U Got It Bad
  • "OMG
  • "Turn Down for What," DJ Snake and Lil Jon
  • "Yeah!," Usher, Ludacris, Lil Jon

Usher kicked things off with "Caught Up" and immediately had audiences on their feet. "Love in This Club" came next, followed by the first guest -- Alicia Keys! The singer looked beautiful in red, playing the piano as she sang "If I Ain't Got You." Usher joined her later to sing the iconic hit "My Boo." And just when we were in our feels, Usher gave us "Confessions, Pt. II," followed by "Burn" and "U Got It Bad." Who else was reminiscing about their first (or third or fourth) heartbreak?

Usher then pulled us out of the heartache with "OMG," which saw join the stage. Alicia Keys was not the only guest on the most popular stage in the country. DJ Snake and Lil Jon popped in to give us "Turn Down for What." Need more? Usher was happy to deliver. "Yeah!" brought Lil Jon and Ludacris.

What did you think about the Halftime Show? Where would you rank it among the greats? Now, if you'll excuse me, I need to create a playlist with all of the songs on this list!