The Broncos' Locker Room Bangers: Owen Daniels & Chris Harris, Jr. Share Their Super Bowl 50 Soundtracks

Owen Daniels
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Owen Daniels

The Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers will be taking the field for Super Bowl 50 this Sunday, Feb. 7, as millions of people (and not a small number of musicians) tune in to watch the NFL's biggest game of the year. Spectators will be taking in performances by Coldplay (featuring Beyonce) and Lady Gaga, but what music will the players themselves be listening to? 

To help Billboard readers get pumped up for their Super Bowl parties, two-time Pro Bowl tight end Owen Daniels and top-three cornerback Chris Harris Jr. -- both of the Denver Broncos -- gave us a peek inside their Spotify playlists before they hit the gridiron this weekend.

Famous Football Fans: Musicians Stuntin' on the Sidelines

Pregame Pump-Up

Harris: "No Reason," Lil Wayne. "I'm one of the fans still riding with him, even though some people don't think he's good anymore. I still love Wayne."

Daniels: "Tivoli vs. Walking on a Dream," Steve Angello and Empire of the Sun. "I've become a big fan of Empire of the Sun, they're awesome. I love this remix -- I have to walk onto the field to it."

Guilty Pleasure

Harris: "No Sense," Justin Bieber. "He has some good songs, if you think that would be embarrassing!"

Daniels: "Bad Romance," Lady Gaga. "Gaga kind of goes hard -- I went to see her live, it was really impressive."

Song That Even Coach Kubiak Would Dance To

Harris: "Snap Yo Fingers," Lil Jon. "I think [Broncos coach Gary] Kubiak would dance to this one for sure."

Daniels: "My Sweet Lord," George Harrison. "We'd have to throw it back to something old-school."

If They Take Home The Lombardi

Harris: "A-Team," Travis Scott. "Because that's us!"

Daniels: "Big Rings," Drake and Future. "I really hope -- fingers crossed -- we'll be hearing that when we get back to the locker room." (Harris added, "I think Future's a Panthers fan, though.")

A portion of this story originally appeared in the Feb. 13 issue of Billboard.

Super Bowl 50


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