While everyone else at the Super Bowl was partying, ET's Kevin Frazier was hard at work, shooting an online video with buddy Donald Faison.
The video, called "The Rap-Up," is a rap music video about The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show, performed by Faison. Frazier spits a few bars alongside Faison from behind a fake news desk.
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"Even my backup dancers be like, 'Hashtag wow!' when I move like this!" Faison raps, rocking blue boxers.
On set, Frazier got Faison's thoughts on making the video.
"What is it going to be like being a part of this show, and knowing that what you're doing here today will be rolled out for hundreds of millions of people?" Frazier asked.
"When you say it like that, it's a little nervewracking now," Faison answered. "I'm a little nervous. I'm in my underwear!"
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"The Rap-Up" is a follow-up to Pepsi's comedic online series, Camp Halftime, also starring Faison. The four-part series led up to Super Bowl 50 and showcased all of the elements that go into production and execution of The Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show.