Hip-hop is the biggest genre in the world right now so it comes as no surprise that some of the biggest companies are looking to garner more attention by getting rappers in their ad campaigns. With the Super Bowl just around the corner, more and more corporations have been sharing teasers for their Super Bowl ad. Last week, Doritos shared a clip of their advertisement of the Super Bowl featuring Chance The Rapper and the Backstreet Boys. Now, they've come through with a second clip to build the anticipation.

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The Backstreet Boys continue to son Chance The Rapper in their Doritos Super Bowl ad. In an attempt to become the sixth member of the group, the Chicago rapper is seen trying to execute some of the group's choreography to their hit single, "I Want It That Way," but his skills aren't up to par. 

"Terrible, dude," AJ McLean says. Chance replies, "I think it's the pants."

"No excuses," Brian Littrell tells Chance before starting the bit from the top.

Last week's clip showed the group posing together before Chance awkwardly sneaks into the group's photo-op as the sixth member.

Aside from Chance The Rapper, other rappers who are expected to appear in Super Bowl commercials are 2 Chainz and Cardi B. Chainz' commercial with Adam Scott for Expensify appeared earlier today while Cardi B is set to appear in Pepsi's commercial.