The 14-year-old star showed off his dancing chops in a minute-long clip for the clothing company

By Blake Bakkila
Updated November 19, 2016 03:24 PM

An ’80s classic just got a bit stranger.

Stranger ThingsGaten Matarazzo parodied Technotronic’s hit song “Pump Up The Jam” in an Upside Down version of the 1989 music video. In the video, the 14-year-old actor grooves and shakes and raps to the tune of the song.

“I don’t want just any giveaway. Get your booty in the story today. Win 100k,” he raps in the clip, touting a giveaway at Old Navy.

At one point in the minute-long video, Matarazzo stops and says, “Am I doing this right?” as he tries to mimic the iconic dance moves featured in the original video.

Source: Old Navy/YouTube
Credit: Source: Old Navy/YouTube

Best known for his role as Dustin on the hit Netflix show, Matarazzo shared a clip from the parody commercial on Instagram on Friday.

“Yo Dudes!!! Instant Happy scratch and win game is at @oldnavy!!! NOW THRU BLACK FRIDAY score $100K and more incredible prizes. Play the in store game and win! #happyistrending,” Matarrazzo wrote in the post.

Off-screen, Matarazzo has been candid about living with cleidocranial dysplasia, a rare genetic disorder that affects the development of bones and teeth. In September, Matarazzo told PEOPLE about his condition.

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“There’s a one in a million chance that you have of getting it – most likely you get it from a parent, but it just happened for me,” he said. “I have a very mild case so it doesn’t affect me as much, but it can be a very difficult condition to have.”

He went on to say that being in the spotlight has helped others with his disorder.

“The feedback has been great,” he says. “A lot of people were messaging me saying, ‘You made me feel better about myself, that you can show that you have this condition on TV and embrace it.’ I feel like I’m raising awareness for it. It makes me feel good.”