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Wiz Khalifa and his son Bash are starring in a new Oreo commercial. 

“They say we’re too grown for fun. We say playful’s never done. Don’t fight the feeling. Just let it flow. Stack it up. Rack it up. Let it go. I got a secret the world should know. Let’s stay playful, Oreo,” Khalifa can be heard rapping over the visuals for the commercial.

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They say we're too grown for fun? We say Playful's never done. Oreo teams up with Wiz Khalifa and his son Sebastian to remind the world you're never too old to let your playful spirit out. More at oreo.com.

The rapper and father signals his son to wait, while he’s on a phone call in the commercial. Bash looks sad while he waits for his father to play with him. Khalifa then makes it up to Bash, with an Oreo and play time and the two close out the video by double dunking Oreos into a glass of milk.

A new heartfelt Oreo commercial isn’t the only thing that Khalifa just dropped. He and New Orleans rapper Currensy finally dropped their long-awaited album, 2009, this morning. The joint album was originally announced almost four years ago.

Smokeable on all Platforms. #2009

173.1k Likes, 2,216 Comments - Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) on Instagram: "Smokeable on all Platforms. #2009"

Khalifa made the announcement about the album, which features Ty Dolla $ign and Problem via his Instagram account. DJ Fresh, Cardo, and Harry Fraud are among producers on the album.

To help promote the album Khalifa and Currensy will be trekking across the nation on tour starting Feb. 8 in Seattle. Chicago, Detroit, and New Orleans are among the cities that the two collaborators will be visiting before closing out the tour in San Antonio on Mar. 4.

The two friends will also be hitting the stage at the Rolling Loud Miami festival in May.

 

JUST A LIL HEADS UP????. MERCH COMIN SOON???? #taylorgang #jetlife

305k Likes, 9,663 Comments - Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) on Instagram: "JUST A LIL HEADS UP????. MERCH COMIN SOON???? #taylorgang #jetlife"

Two thousand nine follows Khalifa and Currensy’s 2013 Live in Concert EP. The two rappers also collaborated on 2009’s How Fly.

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth.