But before you tune in to watch the “Yeah!” singer, you might want a little refresher on what’s to come. But getting access to those early-2000 hits like “Confessions Pt. II” and “You Make Me Wanna” may prove challenging if you don’t want to pay to listen.
However, Apple is offering a free one-month trial of its music streaming service Apple Music if you sign up by February 15th. This includes the complete Usher song collection, including his new “Coming Home” album — the first album from the singer in eight years.
Not only will Apple Music let you listen to all those Usher hits on repeat before the big game, but you can also play all your favorite artists for the next three months for free. If you like what you hear, you can continue your Apple Music subscription for $10.99 a month.
Apple Music offers unlimited ad-free listening to over 100 million songs and 30,000 playlists. You can use the music service on an Apple or Android device, on your PC or in your car with CarPlay. It is also compatible with PlayStation, Xbox, Samsung, Sonos, Google Nest, LG, Amazon Echo and Roku products.
The Apple Music deal is only available for new subscribers and will automatically charge after your one-month free trial. Apple also offers a student plan for $5.99 a month and a family plan for $16.99 a month. These streaming plans don’t include the free trial as part of this deal.
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