Lil Wayne, Drake, Missy Elliott, Kevin Hart & More Star In Super Bowl 50 Ads (VIDEOS)


(AllHipHop News) The Super Bowl is the most watched television event of the year, and its a moment where companies are willing to pay upwards of $4 million for a 30 second spot during the game. Like every year, advertisers called on some star power for their 2016 commercials.

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Young Money rappers Lil Wayne and Drake appeared in respective clips. Weezy was featured in's "Moving Day" spot with Jeff Goldblum. Drizzy re-imagined his highly memed "Hotline Bling" video for T-Mobile. Fellow music superstar Missy Elliott made a cameo in's first ever Super Bowl ad.

Comedian Kevin Hart was tapped for Hyundai's “First Date," while tennis legend Serena Williams showed up in the ad for Mini. Talk show host Steve Harvey even made fun of his Miss Universe error in a separate commercial for T-Mobile.

Perhaps the most talked about 2016 Super Bowl ad was from Mountain Dew. The soda brand's #PuppyMonkeyBaby was one of the top trending topics on Twitter.

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Watch some of the Super Bowl 50 commercials below.