It’s official: Big Boi to join Maroon 5 at Super Bowl halftime

The NFL announced the halftime show of Super Bowl LIII will be led by Maroon 5. They will be joined by rappers Travis Scott and Big Boi. Maroon 5 is a pop-rock band from Los Angeles known for "Harder to Breathe" and "Moves Like Jagger." Travis Scott is a rapper who grew up in Houston. His single "Sicko Mode" was a hit last year. Big Boi is a staple of Atlanta hip-hop, from his work in Outkast to his solo career.

Big Boi will join Maroon 5 for the halftime show at Super Bowl LIII, the NFL revealed Sunday.

Also known as Antwan Andre Patton, Big Boi is one half of the famed Atlanta-based hip hop duo Outkast.

It’s been known for a while that Maroon 5 would perform at Mercedes-Benz Stadium during the Feb. 3 game, but the accompanying acts have been up in the air.

Maroon 5 will reportedly be the halftime act for Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta. Contributed by Wes and Alex



Joining Big Boi and Maroon 5 in the halftime show will be Travis Scott. The NFL announced the development on Twitter Sunday afternoon.

Up until recently large music acts seemed reluctant to commit to the Super Bowl gig.