Dr. Dre. Snoop Dogg. Kendrick Lamar. All Los Angeles hip-hop royalty. A brand-new football stadium in Los Angeles is allowing the city to host its first Super Bowl since 1993. Two teams moved to Los Angeles in 2016, allowing one of them to be in this weekend’s Super Bowl. A Super Bowl in LA with a LA team on the field featuring a halftime show starring LA hip-hop royalty. It sounds perfect, but there is a catch for the LA audience: their favorite team isn’t playing.