About 20 teens sued by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for unauthorized music downloads will appear in Pepsi’s upcoming Super Bowl ad, which will launch the 100 million song iTunes promotion on Feb. 1. The ad identifies the teens as a “few of the kids sued for downloading music free off the Internet,” according to USA Today. Annie Leith, a 14-year-old from New York, appears with other downloaders in the ad, which features a special version of the 1966 Bobby Fuller Four hit “I Fought the Law” performed by Green Day. In the ad, Leith holds a Pepsi and says: “We are still going to download music for free off the Internet.” Then the announcer says how: “Announcing the Pepsi iTunes Giveaway.”