Every song on Usher’s setlist for the Super Bowl halftime show

Every song on Usher’s setlist for the Super Bowl halftime show

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Usher performs during the Super Bowl halftime show.

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  • Usher headlined the 2024 Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday.
  • He kicked off the performance with his 2005 single “Caught Up.”
  • He also performed smash hits like “My Boo” with Alicia Keys, “OMG,” and “Yeah!”
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Usher took the stage at the Super Bowl on Sunday to deliver a medley of hits. His halftime show comes on the heels of his popular Las Vegas residency, which wrapped its 100-show run in December. He also released his ninth studio album, “Coming Home,” on Friday.

During his performance at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Usher brought out special guests Alicia Keys, H.E.R., will.i.am, Lil Jon, and Ludacris to perform collabs like “My Boo,” “OMG,” and “Yeah!”

Every song on Usher’s halftime show setlist is listed below in chronological order.

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“Caught Up”

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“Caught Up” was released as a single in 2005 from Usher’s diamond-certified album “Confessions.”

“U Don’t Have to Call”

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“U Don’t Have to Call” was released as a single in 2002 from Usher’s third studio album “8701.” It was written by Pharrell Williams and produced by Williams and Chad Hugo, a duo known as The Neptunes.

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“Superstar”

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Usher performs at the 2004 MTV VMAs.

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“Superstar” is the ninth track on “Confessions.”

“Love in This Club”

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“Love in This Club” was released as a single in 2008.


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“Love in This Club” was released as a single in 2008 featuring the rapper Young Jeezy.

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“If I Ain’t Got You” by Alicia Keys

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Keys arrived as Usher’s first surprise guest, playing “If I Ain’t Got You” on piano. The top-five hit was released as a single in 2004 from her second studio album “The Diary of Alicia Keys.”

“My Boo” featuring Alicia Keys

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Alicia Keys and Usher in “My Boo.”


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Usher’s 2004 duet with Keys, “My Boo,” charted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 for six weeks.

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“Confessions Part II”

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“Confessions, Pt. II” was released as a single in 2004.


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“Confessions Part II” was released as the third single from “Confessions.” It peaked at No. 1 on the Hot 100 for two weeks.

“Nice & Slow”

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“Nice & Slow” was released as a single in 1998 from Usher’s second studio album “My Way.”

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“Burn”

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“Burn” was released in 2004.


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“Burn” was released as the second single from “Confessions.” Business Insider previously named it one of the best breakup songs of the 21st century.

“U Got It Bad”

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“U Got It Bad” was released as a single in 2001.


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“U Got It Bad” was the second single from “8701.” It charted at No. 1 on the Hot 100 for six weeks.

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“OMG” featuring will.i.am

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“OMG” was released in 2010.


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“OMG” was Usher’s second collaboration with will.i.am after “What’s Your Name.” It was released as a single in 2010 from Usher’s sixth album “Raymond v. Raymond,”

“Turn Down for What” by DJ Snake and Lil Jon

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While this DJ Snake and Lil Jon song doesn’t actually feature Usher, it functioned as the perfect transition into Usher’s hit “Yeah!” which features an iconic intro from the rapper.

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“Yeah!” featuring Lil Jon and Ludacris

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The lead single off Usher’s 2004 album “Confessions,” “Yeah!” topped the Hot 100 chart for 12 weeks, one of the longest streaks in Billboard history.

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