Betting on Rhianna’s First SB 57 Song Choice

  • Rhianna is the headliner for the Super Bowl 57 halftime show and sportsbooks have +250 odds for “What’s My Name” to be the first song played.
  • The first song of Super Bowl 56 was “Still D.R.E.” which features both Dr. Dre and Snoop Dog, which both performed during the event and had +550 odds.

GLENDALE, AZ – Rhianna has officially been announced as the halftime show performer and her song “What’s My Name” has the best odds at +250 to be the first performed. The Super Bowl 56 halftime show consisted of six iconic artists, making it difficult to bet on the first song of the night.

The halftime show has always been one of the most popular ways to bet on the Super Bowl, due to the fun nature of the wagers being placed. With Rhianna as the confirmed headliner, the options are narrowed down and Bovada has odds for all of her top hits.

First Song by Rhianna for Super Bowl 57

  • What’s My Name +250
  • Don’t Stop The Music +300
  • Umbrella +400
  • Where Have You Been +800
  • Rude Boy +1000
  • We Found Love +1000
  • Diamonds +1200
  • Hate That I Love You +1600
  • Work +1600
  • Unfaithful +2000

The current favorite song for betting on the Super Bowl Halftime Show has over 900 million streams on YouTube alone and features Drake. The song with the third shortest odds, “Umbrella”, features Jay Z, who originally signed Rhianna to his label called Roc-A-Fella Records.

These songs have short odds because the headliner of the halftime show typically brings other performers, and there is heavy speculation that Drake or Jay Z could join her on stage.

SB 56 Halftime Performance Showing Trends for SB57

Betting on the first song of Super Bowl 56 was not an easy task, with six different performers. However, sportsbook had the shortest odds for a Dr. Dre song to be played first because he was the headliner of the event.

Odds For Super Bowl 56 First Song

  • California Love +200
  • The Next Episode +375
  • Family Affair +400
  • Nuthin’ But a ‘G’ Thang +700
  • Lose Yourself +650
  • Drop It Like It’s Hot +750
  • All The Stars +1000
  • Still D.R.E. +550
  • HUMBLE +950

With Snoop Dog being another confirmed performer for SB 56, the first song ended up being “Still D.R.E.” which features both artists. If Rhianna does share the stage with other artists for Super Bowl 57, the trend of the first sing being a throwback collab gives “Say My Name” with Drake even more momentum.

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