Super Bowl LII may have just wrapped, but Bruno Mars already has his sights set on the 2019 playoff. The recent Grammy-winner (and veteran of two halftime show performances) has tweeted at the NFL to take advantage of next year's Atlanta-set game and offer something that has yet to happen in Super Bowl history: a halftime show headlined by a hip-hop artist. See his thoughts below.

Though numerous hip-hop artists have appeared during a halftime show, such as Missy Elliott during Katy Perry's 2015 set, none have ever held the headlining spot. And Mars really hits the nail on the head here - is there a better halftime show imaginable than OutKast in their hometown next year?

Revisit Mars' recent collaboration with Cardi B, "Finesse" (Remix), below.

Read our ranking of every Super Bowl halftime show since 2000 right here.

In related music news, Meek Mill has shared a statement from prison regarding the Philadelphia Eagles' historic win. Read his thoughts right here.

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