Super Bowl LIII features Chance, Cardi B, 2 Chainz and more

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January 31, 2019

React Presents - News Flash

Maroon 5, Travis Scott, and Big Boi may take the field at halftime for the most-watched musical event of the year. However, they won’t be the only artists to grace the big screen. This year’s Super Bowl Sunday advertisements are jam packed with just about every big celebrity or artist you can imagine. While class is canceled and work is delayed, take a sneak peak at some of the commercials that will be airing during the breaks this upcoming Sunday.

Dorito’s adds some Chicago influence to a classic.

Dorito’s latest advertisement introduces Chance the Rapper as the sixth member of the Backstreet Boys. The Chicago rapper takes a bite out of a Doritos “Flamin’ Hot Nacho” and contemplates how they “made the original hot.” By divine dorito inspiration, Chance remixes the original “I Want it That Way” into a hot new hip-hop track while racing around a track and popping some new moves with the boy band. Chance’s verse might be hotter than the chips themself, but that won’t stop us from snacking.

Expensify: “You weren’t born to do expenses”

Rapper 2 Chainz has built up a luxury reputation from hosting Vice’s exclusive segment – Most Expensivest – so who better than the man with the most expensive taste to represent the personal and business expense management system, Expensify? The commercial features 2 Chainz alongside actor Adam Scott filming a mock music video for the single “Expensify Thi$” without worry of reimbursement. Just “snap a photo of your receipt and done.”

“Is Pepsi OK?”

We’ve all been prompted to answer at one time or another whether or not Pepsi is okay instead of Coke – Well, it is if we can have a jewel encrusted can or a side of Steve Carell, Lil Jon, and Cardi B with our order too. After watching the ad below, it’ll have you like Pepsi like that. Okurrrt?!

Michelob Ultra Presents ASMR featuring Zoe Kravitz

In the last year, ASMR has emerged as meditative and relaxing form of entertainment. For those looking to tone down their loud lives, Michelob Ultra hopes to disrupt the noise of Super Bowl Sunday. The stunning visuals of rolling fields are matched by the lulling voice of actress/artist Zoe Kravitz and the full bodied sounds coming from a fresh pour of their organic brew.

Michael Bublé or Bubly?

There’s nothing worse than a spelling error on a mass print job. See for yourself how Michael Bublé feels about Bubly’s canned sparkling water in the teaser below.

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