“Give it away, give it away, give it away now” ?
Well, if you don’t want me to (give it away)…turn your head.
Stick your fingers in your ears.
Close your eyes tightly.
If you do, I’m giving you the dish: Guess who’s coming to do dinner?
The Red Hot Chili Peppers. That’s Who.
According to our sources, next month, Billboard’s 2013’s Artist of the Year Award Winner: Bruno Mars will be rocking out at Super Bowl Halftime with non other than the Rock n’ Roll Hall of Famers: The Red Hot Chili Peppers, and boy am I excited!
Today, Bruno Mars announced that the boys of Red Hot Chili Peppers will be setting the stage on fire with him at the Halftime Show.
By tradition, as equal to the commercial and the show itself; Superbowl is notorious for having brought to television, some awesome collabo stage performances like last year Beyonce when she brought out former bandmates: Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams—and two years ago when rapper M.I.A joined Nicki Minaj and Madonna.
Bruno Mars is known for hits that tug at our heart strings like: “When I Was Your Man.” Don’t lie… Like me, I know you’ve listened to that song having thoughts of that ex serenading you those lyrics of his regrets of having lost you, while Bruno was strumming your pain with his fingers and singing your life with his words.
He can switch up, though.
Mars, shocked us all at the release of his sexually charged ballad: “Gorilla,” which shows his musical rockstar versatility. I think he can pull this off and rock out with the Chilli Peppers…definitely.
Having said that, I am looking forward to Mars and The Chili Peppers “Giving it Away” next’s Super Bowl Halftime performance.
I am here for this!
Pardon my excitement, but I have a thing for live performance, drummers, vinyl recording scratching and people who play instruments-madly like Mozart crazy. And even more, I loooooooooooove seeing white boys go bezerk on bass drums and bass guitars.
So I can’t wait!
And I especially can’t wait to see Bruno in this element.
Well…there will be plenty. I know this, too.
Eye Spied at Huff Post via Associated Press