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The Oreo “Cookie Balls” Christmas Song Featuring JINX

Wonder if we gave an Oreo to a classic holiday recipe? Your parties might start goin' off the hook, yo. Upcoming rap sensation and MTV favorite JINX drops a seasonal rhyme to get you in a cookie ballin' state of mind.

Creative Credits:  
Advertising Agency: The Martin Agency, USA
Chief Creative Officer: Joe Alexander
Group Creative Director: Jorge Calleja
Creative Directors: David Muhlenfeld, Magnus Hierta
Planning Director: John Gibson
Strategic Planner: Gigi Jordan
Group Account Director: Darren Foot
Account Supervisor: Laurel Busony
Account Executive: Molly Holmes
Broadcast SVP/Managing Director: Steve Humble
Senior Broadcast Producer: Kathy Lippincott
Junior Broadcast Producer: Maggie Shifflett
Group Project Manager: Giao Roever
Animation Company: Hue & Cry
Lead Animator: Andrew Prousalis
Animation Artists: Matt Deans, Georgiy Kuznetsov, Stephen Loveluck, Ryan Musselman, Liam Ward
Audio Post Company: Amplified Wax
Engineer: Jimmy Hill
Music: English Major
Composer / Arranger / Mixer: David Muhlenfeld
Voiceover talent: Jinx

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