Fans Pick Which Hip-Hop Songs Atlanta Falcons and New England Patriots Should Come Out to at 2017 Super Bowl
The New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons will battle it out on Super Bowl Sunday (Feb. 5). As a result, XXL polled its Twitter followers to find out which songs the Pats and the Falcons should come out of the tunnel to for the big game.
As you might expect, many Twitter users chose songs by Atlanta artists for the Falcons. Among the choices for the Matt Ryan-led NFC champions are Young Thug's "Pull Up on a Kid," Gucci Mane's "St. Brick Intro" and Migos' "Bad and Boujee." Meanwhile, choices for the Patriots were more varied, with fans opting for tracks including Eminem's "Puke," Drake's "Still Here," Guns 'N Roses' "Sweet Child of Mine" and Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Free Bird."
You can click through the gallery above to check out all the responses. Other songs that made the cut were Big K.R.I.T.'s "Money on the Floor", Fast Life Yungstaz's "Swag Surfin'" and Pastor Troy's "We Ready."
Migos definitely got the most love, with Twitter users referencing their new album CULTURE for songs like "Bad and Boujee," "Brown Paper Bag" and "T-Shirt."
In case you missed it back in 2015, check out a hilarious clip of Patriots quarterback Tom Brady turning up to Fetty Wap and Migos during New England's ring ceremony.