Metro Boomin is a man of many talents. Not only has he mastered, and arguably pioneered the contemporary, minor key trap production, but he's also responsible for some of 2017's biggest hits. Dude released three collaborative albums last year - Gucci Mane's DropTopWop, Offset & 21 Savage's Without Warning, and Big Sean's Double Or Nothing - and steady climbed his way to mainstream stardom. In fact, he's pretty much the most recognizable name in production right now. Clearly, some people over at GAP recognize the greatness that is Metro Boomin, as the clothing company reached out to the Atlanta producer to bring him on board for the cause. 

Metro's not the only recognizable face in GAP's new ad. TDE's SZA, who dropped off the excellent CTRL last year, also makes an appearance. As do singer Sabrina Claudio, 13 Reasons Why star Miles Heizer, Ocean’s 8 actress Awkwafina, comedian Naomi Watanabe and YouTube star Connor Franta, making up a well-rounded cast of artists and entertainers. In the "Logo Remix campaign," which dropped to celebrate GAP's 50th anniversary and "remix" past logos, the stars dance around to Metro's remix of Thompson Twins’ “Hold Me Now." 

It's a bit of a different look for both Metro and SZA, but still, it's cool to see them landing some recognition from such a big company. In the caption on their Instagram page, GAP revealed their intention to "bring together a cast of the world’s leading culture remixers." Check out the feel-good ads below. What do ya'll think of these new advertisements?