Right. It really did fit a specific demo, though. Too old or too young and you just weren't gonna "get" it or enjoy it. Personally, that was my own favorite in my adult life, and I'm 38 (yes, even better than Prince in '07). It just hit all the right nostalgia spots for me, and I'm a metal head at heart...
Nah Dog, just trying to improve your workout schedule, your too heavy on the weights, you need some cardio and finesse in your life, and there’s nothing better then playing frogger on a active 6 lane hwy.
I did not go to any Super Bowl party , and I am way too old to enjoy it so I took a nap but made certain my better have, who is also old, but not as old as me, and who did enjoy wake me for the 2nd half.
I am not a spring chicken but, definitely not old. I was born dancing and will dance until I die. I have enjoyed EVERY halftime show until last night. Some just more than others. I work out several mornings a week and the gym has Rap on blast. Rap is not my favorite type of music but, I can enjoy some of it.
The show last night was awful. . First of all, the set design was horrible because 75 percent of the people in the stadium could not see a thing. The singers didn’t even try to stay up with their prerecorded music. Dr. Dre got up from the piano while piano music kept playing. So the quality of the show gets an F from me. Now lets talk about the quality of the music. There are current rap artists that would mop up the music that was performed last night. A great performer is the best of their genre, regardless of age. I give the quality of music from last night a D.
If you enjoyed it great. I did not. When I spend my time watching the Super Bowl half time show, I expect to be wowed. I want to see an artist or artist(s) pull out all stops in their performance. I want to see an artist that understand that Prince is still voted the GOAT in half time performances and do everything to top what he did. The group last night didn’t even try.
None of them have been nominated for an award for more than a decade. Dre, Blige and Snoop are closer to 100 than they are 0 and Eminem joins that demographic this year. Not sure why you would call anyone who doesn't like their music "old".