Things We Love / 9 February 2021

WATCH: Epic Super Bowl LV National Anthem produced by Adam Blackstone, BASSic Black Entertainment

Jazmine Sullivan & Eric Church Sing the National Anthem at Super Bowl LV

Another epic football & music filled weekend has concluded with one of TV’s most-watched musical live events – the Super Bowl.

It’s never easy producing music for such a large-scale event and we’re proud to see MONO artist and founder of BASSic Black Entertainment, Adam Blackstone, return as producer and arranger for a stellar rendition of the National Anthem, performed by Jazmine Sullivan and Eric Church.

Watch it here:

Congratulations to Adam and the BASSic Black Entertainment on another incredible live arrangement on one of the biggest stages around!

Interested to see what else went down over the weekend? Check out the other Super Bowl performances below:

The Weeknd’s Full Pepsi Super Bowl LV Halftime Show:

H.E.R. Sings America the Beautiful at Super Bowl LV:

Miley Cyrus & Joan Jett – (Live at the SuperBowl Pre-Show):

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