Jay-Z has been discussing how he will choose which artists to approach to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show.
The "99 Problems" hitmaker will be producing the entertainment extravaganza as part of the agreement his company Roc Nation have made to be official Live Music Entertainment Strategists for the NFL and he thinks too many artists have been upset in the past because the shortlisting wasn't "definitive" enough.
He said: "You take four artists and everyone thinks they're playing the Super Bowl, it's almost like this interview process.
"And so I pick Chuck, the other three people get upset. So, that's not even good math. After three years, nine people upset and three people played. ... I think the process should have been a little more definitive. ... You speak to someone and you let them have it and you move on. And I think then let the artists be artists."
Next year's NFL championship game will take place at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida, and Jay wants to "speak to the community" before approaching artists to perform.