Will Smith parodies son's music video
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WATCH: Will Smith posted a congratulatory video for his son's successful debut album.

Will Smith is making sure his son Jaden Smith doesn't take himself too seriously.

After the 19-year-old surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify for his debut album "Syre," his dad marked the occasion with a bit of humor. The "Bright" actor made a recreation of the music video for Jaden's single "Icon," and he posted the parody on Instagram Tuesday.

Jaden Smith attends the 60th Annual GRAMMY Awards at Madison Square Garden on Jan. 28, 2018 in New York.

"Congrats on 100,000,000 @Spotify streams, Jaden! @c.syresmith It is a Delicious Gift to a Parent to Admire his children. Keep Doin’ You!" Smith wrote in the post for the video.

In the clip, Will copies his son's look in "Icon," including a gold chain and gold dental grill, which he pairs with shorts, socks, and slippers.

It was all in jest, but the proud dad took a moment to get serious.

"I'm proud of you man. 100 million streams," Smith says in the video. "Congrats! I love you."

Jaden Smith and Will Smith attend the world premiere of "Suicide Squad" at the Beacon Theatre, Aug. 1, 2016, in New York.

Smith's video has already over 3 million views -- which is nothing compared to the 42 million views his son has gotten for the original "Icon" video.

See how the original compares below.