Usher takes over the Super Bowl halftime stage with a longer set for his 3 decades of hits. What he's said about his upcoming performance.

Usher will perform at the Super Bowl LVIII halftime show on February 11 at Las Vegas  

Allegiant Stadium, marking the R&B superstar's debut appearance on one of the world's greatest stages.  

The concert has been increasing in popularity since the eight-time Grammy winner's announcement in September, and with good reason  

The 45-year-old singer, who self-released his first album in over eight years, Coming Home, on Feb.   

9, has hinted at huge (A-list) surprises, a longer-than-usual performance, and a set list that spans 30 years of career highlights. He might even go roller skating.  

The musician will also be the first independent artist to headline the halftime show since leaving his longstanding record label, RCA.  

"I'm so ready for it to happen," Usher told Billboard in January. "I just want to sing louder and dance harder than I ever have.   

I'd like to commemorate the 30th anniversary of my profession, during which I've been really lucky to create songs and moments with people that they will cherish forever."  

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