- The Super Bowl is the biggest sporting event in America, which also makes in the perfect place for companies to advertise their products.
- Throw in a couple of celebrities in the mix, and you've got yourself some winning material.
- In case you missed them, we compiled some Big Game commercials starring a few of our favourite musicians.
- From Bruce Springsteen's powerful message to Cardi B encouraging viewers to "eat local" -- check them out below.
Yes, the Super Bowl is about American football, but let's admit it, it's about the music and commercials as well.
And when you combine those two, you're left with some entertaining and thought-provoking content.
So, in case you missed them, we compiled some Big Game commercials starring a few of our favourite musicians.
From Bruce Springsteen's powerful message to Cardi B encouraging viewers to "eat local" -- check them out below.
Lil Nas X
Lil Nas X gave us a taste of his new track, Call Me By Your Name, while providing an inspiring message in his advert for Logitech.
The ad shines a spotlight on creatives, encouraging them to "defy logic".
Singer Nick Jonas appeared in an advert for Dexcom's G6 Continuous Glucose Monitoring (CGM) System. In the 30-second commercial, the star, who is a diabetic, points out how Dexcom's new system makes monitoring glucose levels easy.
Cardi B joins Wayne's World
In a blast from the past, Wayne's World stars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey brought back their beloved on-screen characters, teaming up with Cardi B for an Uber Eats commercial, encouraging viewers to "eat local".
Country legend Dolly Parton reworked her hit single 9 to 5 for all those people out there with a side hustle.
The track, titled 5 to 9, was created for Squarespace, a website building and hosting company.
Bruce Springsteen stars in and narrates a powerful Jeep ad called "The Middle". The two-minute advert acknowledges the hardships faced by Americans but encourages unity.
"Jeep® kicks off Game Day by reminding us we are stronger than the obstacles in our way, and invites us to remember all the ways we are connected as Americans," a description for the ad on YouTube reads.