January 31, 2014 via Pepsi
Ten Songs To Take The Field To At The Super Bowl
There’s nothing like a good entrance. It sets a great first impression, strikes fear in your opponent, and gets your team pumped up. The Super Bowl sits as one of the biggest sporting events of all time, you have to start out with a bang. Nothing comes close to Ray Lewis’ entrance but with the songs in this list you can’t go wrong. Including the likes of Kanye West, Eminem, and Katy Perry, these are the 10 songs to take the field to at the Super Bowl.
1. Eminem - Survival
The Super Bowl is the survival of the fittest. Either you win or you lose. Eminem's “Survival” will surely let the opponent know that they need to bring their A-game if they plan on defeating you.
2. Kanye West - On Sight
Can you think of a perfect entrance that doesn’t have Kanye West “On Sight” playing in the background? The high intensity of the up tempo beat by Daft Punk will get the entire team and fans pumped for a game of pigskin.
3. Young Jeezy - Put On
There’s no greater feeling knowing that your city is on your side. Show them love back by blasting “Put On” as you come out the locker to show your appreciation to your city.
4. Katy Perry - Roar
Katy Perry’s pop anthem “Roar” is one of best songs of 2013 therefore being nominated for Song of the Year at the Grammys. It’s an inspirational song with the clear goal to motivate everyone listening. You’ll have the “eye of the tiger.”
5. Drake - Started From The Bottom
If the Kansas City Chiefs had made it to the Super Bowl, this song would surely have been their anthem. Only winning two games last year to going on a nine game winning streak this season. Started from the bottom indeed!
6. Juelz Santana - Second Coming
First let’s thank Just Blaze for this amazing beat. The violins alone (originally scored by Hector Berlioz) will have us ready to get to 100 yards every game. If that’s not enough, Juelz lays down two great verses that further motivates with lines like “Best of the best is what we strive to be. A legacy is what we trying to leave.” Now go make history.
7. Drake - Worst Behavior
“Worst Behavior” is one of Drake's best from his latest album Nothing Was The Same. It’s like Started From The Bottom 2.0 the way it entices you to chant “remember!” every time Drake does. Turn up and make all remember your performance.
8. Pusha T - Numbers on the Boards
Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t. The team with highest numbers wins. Pusha T “Numbers on The Boards” will remind the team of that as they storm the field.
9. Jay Z and Kanye West – Who Gon’ Stop Me
The song is packed with high energy and powerful verses from Jay and Ye. After the two go back and forth flexing their skills your whole mentality will change. “Who gon’ stop me huh? Who gon’ stop me,” is the only thing you will be thinking.
10. DJ Khaled “All I Do Is Win”
DJ Khaled’s 2010 single “All I Do Is Win” is exactly the type of song that is meant to motivate the masses. And he pieced it together so perfectly. From the thunderous drums to the catchy hook done by R&B singer T-Pain, this song will pump you up even if it’s just playing in your car on the way to work. Verses from Ludacris, Rick Ross, and Snoop Dogg all tie into the never-say-never attitude.