Bruno Mars has had his share of Super Bowl performances. But rather than push for an appearance at next year's big game in Atlanta, he's advocating for Atlanta's hip-hop community to take the limelight.

With the 2018 Super Bowl having just ended, Bruno Mars took to Twitter with a list of Atlanta artists he wants to see take the stage for Atlanta's first turn at the big event since 2000.

".@NFL you have the opportunity to celebrate incredible Hip Hop Artist from Atlanta Next year," he wrote. ".@NFL Outkast. T.I Gucci, lil jon, Jeezy, Jermaine Dupri just to name a few. it would be the best party Tv has ever see!"

That's some major praise from a music artist who just weeks before swept the Grammys taking home Album of the Year, Song of the Year, Record of the Year, Best R&B Song, Best R&B Album, and Best R&B Performance.

He even joking said he would curate the show for the low price of $1 billion.

"@NFL all jokes aside please lets make that happen," he said.


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