The top 5 singers who can team up with Maroon 5 at the 2019 Super Bowl halftime

Although Cardi B and Travis Scott top the list, these five performers can do just great a job in performing alongside Adam Levine in Super Bowl 2019


                            The top 5 singers who can team up with Maroon 5 at the 2019 Super Bowl halftime

Super Bowl's halftime has always been about breathtaking performances, from Prince who literally bolted into the storm with 'Purple Rain' in 2007 to Lady Gaga who flew right across the stage and landed in between the backup dancers at the 2017 Super Bowl. Every performer has left their own signature mark at their halftime performances, and next year it will be Maroon 5 fulfilling a long-awaited dream. 

While the special guests in the performance are yet to be announced, Cardi B and Travis Scott are at the top of the highly anticipated list. Since it is yet to be finalized if Cardi B, who featured in Maroon 5's latest single 'Girls Like You' (the song is currently No. 2 on the Hot 100), there are several other female artistes who could be just the perfect match for Adam Levine's vocals. 

Cardi B and Travis Scott are on the top of the list to perform alongside Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl (Getty Images)
Cardi B and Travis Scott are on the top of the list to perform alongside Maroon 5 at the Super Bowl (Getty Images)

Here are the top 5 female singers who could be just the right match for Levine:

Adele

There were reports during the 2017 Super Bowl halftime that Adele would headline that year's show. However, during her gig at the Los Angeles’ Staples Center, the Grammy Award-winning singer said that she had turned down the offer since she considered "that is not about music". Although later on, the NFL and Pepsi had issued a joint statement stating that they had not offered her the show, at all. 

If not headline an entire show, Adele could certainly be the one who could match up to Levine's voice. Adele's powerful vocals, coupled with Levine's mellower tones, can create the perfect atmosphere for the annual championship game. Known for some extremely high-ranged songs such as 'Rolling in the Deep', 'Skyfall', and 'Hello', Adele might not be the ideal choice to make the audience dance but she can certainly raise some spirits. If the two can get along at halftime, then fans will surely be in for a magical experience. 

Adele performs at Etihad Stadium on March 18, 2017, in Melbourne, Australia (Getty Images)
Adele performs at Etihad Stadium on March 18, 2017, in Melbourne, Australia (Getty Images)

Rihanna

Rihanna is certainly the queen when it comes to showmanship and sizzling on-stage entertainment. Although she has often been rubbed off by the Super Bowl who consider her performance too "Barbadian" and edgy, the 'SOS' singer will certainly be a treat to watch alongside Maroon 5. The two have already collaborated in the song 'If I Never See Your Face Again' from the band's 2008 re-release of their second studio album 'It Won't Be Soon Before Long' (initially released in 2007), and we all know what happened there. The two were just the perfect match with just the right amount of spice in their chemistry. 

Imagine watching them perform together at the 2019 halftime. While Levine has always been the good boy on stage whose voice does all the badass work for him, Rihanna is a complete package with an impeccable vocal range and mind-altering performative skills. 

Watch the song below:

Jennifer Lopez 

While it is a surprise that the greatest living entertainer has not yet stepped on to the Super Bowl stage, next year might be the best time for JLo to finally walk up on stage. She seriously should consider it as fans on Twitter are already signing petitions for the singer to take the stage next year. 

JLo was one of the several women who featured in the music video of Maroon 5's 'Girls Like You', which was initially recorded for the band's sixth studio album, 'Red Pill Blues' (2017). The video version, featuring Cardi B, was released on May 30, 2018, by 222 and Interscope Records. In the official video directed by David Dobkin, JLo grooved along with the many stars in the shot including Millie Bobby Brown, Ellen DeGeneres, Sarah Silverman, Gal Gadot, Lilly Singh, and more. JLo had also shown off her showmanship when she collaborated with Pitbull and Claudia Leitte for the 2014 official World Cup Song. Also, let's just say Levine and JLo truly would look good together while performing. 



 

Ariana Grande

Probably the best example of the statement "appearances are deceptive", this performer has been an absolute thunderbolt. Every single time she goes up on stage, her dense yet lucent voice is the first thing that fans usually fall for.

This larger than life showstopper can be one of the best matches for Maroon 5. Grande has great chances of headlining the Superbowl halftime by the year 2021, and the way in which she has already become one of the most beloved pop stars of this generation, it wouldn't be a surprise if the singer hits the stage sooner. She rose to fame in 2014 following the release of her groundbreaking album, 'Yours Truly', and fits the category of the guest artist at the Super Bowl (2019) just perfectly since she already has been the top act in several events. 

Ariana Grande (center) performs onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on August 20, 2018, in New York City (Getty Images)
Ariana Grande (center) performs onstage during the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards on August 20, 2018, in New York City (Getty Images)
 

Levine and Grande, if put together, could easily give a show as intoxicating and sensational as their predecessors which includes Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars, and Prince. 

Rita Ora 

Ora is already under fans' radar ever since she has announced the release of her first album in the last six years. Titled 'Phoenix' the album will be available on November 23, and Ora will also release her lead single from the album, 'Let Me Love You'. What could be a better time to perform at the Super Bowl?

Watch the band's collab with the many beautiful women of the industry below:

The Super Bowl halftime is the perfect time for artists to promote their albums since almost a billion eyes and ears are listening to them. Most artists receive the biggest boosts in their career during this time. Bruno Mars' 'Unorthodox Jukebox' saw a massive rise in sale during the 2014 Super Bowl when the sales rose from 15,000 copies to 42,000 copies during the week of the game.

Ora, who also had appeared in Maroon 5's 'Girls Like You' video, could easily use the opportunity to scale up her sales. If not for that, the singer could probably make a guest appearance at the show on the simple grounds that she and Levine would certainly share a sizzling chemistry on stage. 

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