Twitter user Anthony Trucco, who is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara and makes other Spongebob hip-hop mashups on his Youtube, tweeted that he felt he got no credit for an old tweet that mashed up Spongebob and Travis Scott in September, shortly after the release of Travis' hit album Astroworld.
The Super Bowl Half Time show (SBHTS) is considered to be one of the most watched shows in the sporting world.
According to the Recording Academy, which runs the Grammys, Maroon 5 donated its performance fee to Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.
Trump expecting Patriots to capture 6th Super Bowl trophy
As the saying goes, nothing in this world is certain, except death, taxes, and Tom Brady playing in the Super Bowl. Super Bowl LIII is airing on CBS this year, marking the 20th time the eye network has aired the big game.
The band's announcement that they would perform at this year's Super Bowl was met with controversy, with calls for them to pull out because of the NFL's stance over some players refusing to stand when the USA national anthem is played in protest against the treatment of black people in America.
Let's hope you weren't banking on Maroon 5 to salvage a surprisingly boring Super Bowl (or is it a Punt Bowl?).
The half-time show is a necessarily star-powered event, and so as long as the performer has about a half-dozen recognizable hits to play, disaster is nearly always averted. Multiple artists, including superstars like Rihanna and Cardi B, publicly turned down offers to perform in response to the league's unfair treatment of Colin Kaepernick for protesting police brutality by kneeling during the national anthem. Justin Timberlake headlined the show past year with minimal fuss (aside from references to his "Nipplegate" involvement), and in 2017 Lady Gaga was the main attraction.
After much speculation, the Super Bowl did, in fact, honorSpongeBob Squarepants in the half-time show Super Bowl 53.
Atlanta-born songstress Gladys Knight, who was also put on the defensive for accepting an invitation to sing, belted out the Star-Spangled Banner before kickoff between the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots. "We thank our fans for making our dreams possible. And we thank our critics for always pushing us to do better".