The NFL has announced that country artist, Mickey Guyton, will be singing the national anthem before Super Bowl LVI at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles on Feb. 13.

“Look at God. I am shook, I am grateful, I am praise dancing… So excited to be singing the national anthem at #SBLVI on February 13th!” Guyton tweeted Tuesday morning.

The singer has recently received a nomination for the best country album for the Grammy Awards. Her debut release, “Remember Her Name,” was the first for a black artist, plus nominations for best country song and best country solo performance.

It was also announced that eclectic R&B songstress, Jhené Aiko, will be performing at the game signing “America the Beautiful.”

Aiko is known for experimenting with a range of styles and for her collaboration with Drake, Childish Gambino, John Legend, Summer Walker, Big Sean, Saweetie, and many more. She received a Grammy nomination for album of the year from her 2020 album Chilombo.

On behalf of the National Association of the Deaf, actress Sandra Mae Frank will perform the national anthem and “America the Beautiful” in sign language.

There will be many other performances and events before the start of the game. The contemporary gospel duo Mary Mary, along with the LA Philharmonic’s YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles), will sing “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” conducted by Thomas Wilkins, principal conductor of the L.A. Phil’s Hollywood Bowl Orchestra.

A service in honor of the Air Force’s 75th anniversary year will be conducted during the national anthem performance. The Air Force Heritage Flight will form a P-51 Mustang, A-10C Thunderbolt II, F-16 Fighting Falcon, F-22 Raptor, and a F-35A Lightning II.

The NFL also stated that during the Super Bowl LVI halftime show, artists Kendrick Lamar, Dr. Dre, and Snoop Dogg will be performing. They will be accompanied by Eminem and Mary J. Blige, making this the most prominent display of hip-hop talent at the halftime show in history.

DJ and producer Zedd will act as the official pregame DJ during player warmups.

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