If you tune into any urban radio station,
chances are you'll hear Wiz Khalifa's “Black and Yellow” at least
every hour. If you reside in Pittsburgh, you'll need to quadruple
that to about every 15 minutes. The track, which currently sits at
No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100, has become the official anthem for
the Pittsburgh Steelers on their road to Sunday's Super Bowl XLV. But this
isn't the first time a sports team has adopted a banger to be their theme song
for the postseason. Sports x music fusions have a history of
rallying teams—and sometimes making ears bleed (word to these clowns).
From Jim Jones' “Ballin'” to Sister Sledge's “We Are Family,”
check out The History of the 10 Best Team Adopted Playoff Anthems of All Time...