Nicki Minaj is the choice of a new generation of marketers.
The Pink Friday songstress is standing up for the red, white and blue—cola, that is—as she's signed on to be the new face of Pepsi.
Guess her exorcism performance at last month's Grammy Awards went over well with the soda executives.
According to Forbes, the 29-year-old rapper sealed an endorsement deal and already filmed her first commercial for the beverage giant last month in South America.
"You'll see the commercial probably in the next two months," Derek Jackson, the agent who hashed out the agreement, told the magazine. "That'll be a segue into a new beverage Pepsi has called Pop and she'll be the face of the brand. It's going to be explosive."
Terms were not disclosed, but the pact was said to be worth seven figures and also includes an option for Pepsi and Mountain Dew to bankroll an original film that will star Minaj at some point.
No doubt the Trinidadian-born singer will pad her bank account nicely, not that she's short on change. Last year, Minaj raked in $6.5 million, making her the top-earning female rapper of the year.
A rep for the musician was unavailable for comment.