Jamie Foxx Performs “You Changed Me” With Chris Brown On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ And Announces New Album ‘Hollywood”: Watch
Jamie Foxx certainly made the most of his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night.
The multitalented entertainer hit the late night show to confirm that he’s working on a new album called Hollywood (out “soon”), and even unveiled the album art during the interview, which looks like this:
And that’s not all! He also started singing one track’s hook on the spot (“I’m supposed to be in love by now…“), confirmed two piano songs. There’s also a song called “Hollywood,” which is based on a true story about an ex so thirsty for fame, she tried to drag him sick out of bed to a premiere just to walk the red carpet. She’s since moved on to other celebrities in the industry. Anyone got any idea who he’s calling out? We’re intrigued!
Foxx also discussed taking his daughter to the Grammys, and all the celebrities she got to meet, including Taylor Swift and Pharrell. But the most artist she was most excited to meet? Madonna, because of her “Living For Love” bullfighting spectacle. And what was Madge’s reaction to the little girl’s love of M? “Good taste.” Of course. Only the Queen.
Later on, Jamie was kind enough to sing some embarrassing Tinder profiles out loud, turning a sentence or two into full-on hilarious musical masterpieces. Seriously, the man is talented…even when he’s being funny!
As if all that wasn’t enough, the night rounded out with a live performance of his new song “You Changed Me” with Chris Brown. The two worked it out all over the stage alongside dancers, although judging by the comment section for the performance, it seems most people don’t seem too convinced that Chris was singing live. Oop!
Check out Jamie’s performance up top, and all of his interview segments down below. Are you excited to hear more from Mr. Foxx?