NFL to Release Super Bowl LIV Performances on Apple Music, Spotify and More

The NFL announced today they’ll be releasing Jennifer Lopez and Shakira’s Super Bowl Halftime show performance, along with Demi Lovato’s National Anthem, on streaming services.

Included on the album will be the National Anthem performed by Demi Lovato, “America the Beautiful” by Yolanda Adamas and the Children’s Voice Horus, along with the Pepsi Super Bowl LIV Halftime Show performed by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

A Billboard report explains that the whole thing will be available on streaming services like Apple Music, Spotify, and YouTube.

“With the abundance of technology in today’s world, it was extremely important to us that we are able to share the ground-breaking Super Bowl performances with our fans across the globe after they occur,” said Brian Rolapp, EVP and Chief Media & Business Officer. “This visual and audio album is the first of its kind and will allow fans to experience the greatness of the artists’ performance on Super Bowl Sunday at their fingertips and across multiple platforms anytime they choose so. We are happy to continue the way we enhance the fan experience for NFL fans everywhere.”

All proceeds from Lovato and Adams’ performances will go toward the NFL’s Inspire Change program, which works to create positive changes in education and economic advantage in communities, as well as criminal justice reform.

Apple hasn’t been involved with the Super Bowl since it ran it’s HAL commercial during the 1999 game. The iPhone-maker launched its iconic “1984″ ad during the Super Bowl of the same year. Its follow-up “Lemmings” ad in 1985 turned out to be one of the least popular in the Cupertino company’s history.

Super Bowl LIV Live will be released on Super Bowl Sunday, February 2. The visual album is also available for pre-order and pre-save at participating providers starting January 30.

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