Super Bowl weekend is upon us, which means brands will be ramping things up with some amazing visuals.
Ads have already started to pop up featuring some major stars with brands like Pepsi and Doritos tapping Cardi B, Lil Jon, and Chance the Rapper for Super Bowl spots.
As the big game draws nearer, we’re likely to see more famous faces appearing in ads, but for now check out the few we’ve spotted featuring some of our favorite Black celebs.
Pepsi Is More Than OK
Cardi B, Lil Jon, and Steve Carell star in Pepsi's new Super Bowl spot as they convince a woman that Pepsi is more than OK, with Cardi and Lil Jon using their signature variations of "OK" as Carell thinks to himself, "I’ve got to come up with my own catchphrase."
Making The Original Hot
Chance the Rapper and the Backstreet Boys teamed up to bring some cool to Flamin’ Hot Nacho Doritos with the pair throwing a little spice on the Backstreet Boys' classic "I Want It That Way."
A Pure Experience
Michelob ULTRA tapped Zoe Kravitz for its new ad, which sees the actress doing ASMR in a stunning setting.
In Her Court
Tennis superstar Serena Williams stars in Bumble's first-ever Super Bowl ad, which is part of their “The Ball is in Her Court” campaign. In the ad, which encourages women to make the first move, Williams said, "If I would've waited to be invited in, I would've never stood out." Yes, sis!
A Formal Football Event
Some of footballs greatest athletes came together to celebrate the NFL’s 100th season at a gala that saw Marshawn Lynch destroying a cake and causing a ruckus.
Craig Robinson And Dietz Nuts
Dietz & Watson poked fun at themselves in an ad featuring Craig and Chris Robinson enjoying "Dietz nuts."