Lil Wayne 'Praying' and 'Working Hard' to Headline 2025 Super Bowl Halftime Show

The Young Money founder previously opened up about his desire to headline Super Bowl Halftime Show during an interview with Taylor Rooks and Bleacher Report last year.

AceShowbiz - Lil Wayne will do whatever it takes to headline the 2025 Super Bowl Halftime Show in New Orleans. In a new interview, the "Sucker for Pain" rapper said he's "praying" and "working hard" so he can have the chance to perform at one of the biggest music show in the U.S.

"I will not lie to you, I have not got a call or nothing. But we are praying. We praying. We keeping our fingers crossed. I'm working hard," the 41-year-old said on "the 4HUNNID podcast. "I'mma make sure this next album and everything I do is killer. I wanna just make it hard for them not to holler at the boy."

This is not the first time Wayne opened up about his desire to headline Super Bowl Halftime Show. During an interview with Taylor Rooks and Bleacher Report last year, he said, "Going to the Super Bowl and watching the Halftime Show and wishing, when you see the artist, you be like, 'They could've sung the song that I was featured on!".

"I'm featured on everybody's song - you could've brought me out! Please do not feel disrespected if you're an artist from New Orleans. Or an artist tied to me any kind of way in the music [industry]," he continued. "But know that's my moment and I earned that moment. So no, I'm not bringing no one!"

The Super Bowl LVIII Halftime Show will be headlined by Usher. Of what fans can expect from his performance, the "Yeah!" hitmaker teased, "I thought about a few moments that were special in dance, I thought some things I created here in Las Vegas, like skating, and doing things that I've not done on stage up until this point, to be able to share that with the world."

"For everybody that heard about my show in Las Vegas, you're not going to get a chance to see some of what I did here," he added when speaking to Apple Music's Nadeska Alexis, "but you're going to see the best of it because it's in front of 60,000 people in this room and hopefully another 180 million people for the world to see."

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