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The Super Bowl Shuffle

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The Super Bowl Shuffle is a rap song performed by the Chicago Bears. The song was released a month before Super Bowl XX and actually made it as high as #41 on the Billboard hot 100 and sold over a half a million copies. This made the Chicago Bears is the only American professional team to have a hit single. The song was nominated for a Grammy but lost to Kiss.

The song made over $300,000 which was donated to the Chicago Community Trust to help needy families in the Chicago area with clothing and food.

The Bears did go on to win the Super Bowl defeating the New England Patriots by a score of 46 to 10.

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