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In a post Tuesday night, Smith celebrated the success of his son Jaden‘s song “Icon” with the ultimate dad joke: a shot-for-shot remake of its music video. Decked out in loose-fitting (potentially homemade) grills and a thick chain choker that looks like it came from the hardware store, the Grammy-winner had no trouble imitating his son’s serious smolder.
Jaden’s song recently reached 100 million streams on Spotify, so Smith’s homage to the music video is a congratulations e-card of sorts. It’s like a high-end version of that wholesome meme where parents imitate their kids.
“Congrats on 100,000,000 @Spotify streams, Jaden!” Smith captioned the video. “It is a delicious gift to a parent to admire his children. Keep doin’ you!“
Here’s the actual “Icon” music video, for reference:
Your move, every other dad.
Christine Friar is a writer and editor in New York who focuses on streaming entertainment and internet culture. Her work has appeared in the Awl, the Fader, New York Magazine, Paper Magazine, Vogue, Elle, and more.