The first Super Bowl halftime show in decades is taking place in Los Angeles, and the theme song to the game has been the theme for the entire series.
It’s also one of the most watched sporting events in the world, with over 10 billion people tuning in to see the Super Bowl.
And the game itself, which features a variety of NFL players on the field, is the most-watched show on television.
So, how did the theme music for the halftime show get this big?
According to Billboard, it was written by The Weeknd.
According to The Weekend, the song was written during a long-running series of studio recordings between the artist and the producer of his previous album.
That song, which was also used on The Weekender’s “The Day Is Coming” video, was written with producer M.C. Hammer in mind.
The Weekender told Billboard that the song came from a conversation they had while working on their song, with The Weekmonde.
“I don’t know what’s up with it, I don’t really know what you’re talking about,” The Weekmane told Billboard.
“So, we had this long conversation and I thought, well, I need to tell you something about it.
I was just trying to get away from the work, and I just kind of started saying, well maybe we should try it out.
And that’s how it ended up being.”
In the song, The Weekmonde is heard saying, “I’m not really sure what to say about this.
It was just a long conversation, but it just kind in one of those conversations you get a little bit of this song.
And I’m just trying not to say it too much, because I’m really not in a good mood right now.”
The Weekmond was not available for comment when contacted by Billboard, and it’s unclear if The Weekonde will be releasing his new song.