Jamie Foxx is what some might consider a triple threat. The 45-year-old is an incredible actor, Grammy Award winning singer, and world renowned comedian.
And although Foxx has been slaying the acting world, one threat the Django Unchained star has been sleeping on is his music.
While at the Harold and Carole Pump Foundation Gala, HipHollywood talked with Foxx exclusively about when fans can expect new music. “It’s hard to do music because you’re trying to find the right type of songs to do and really make it relevant, but at the same time grow up,” Foxx revealed.
“You get a certain age, certain songs you can’t sing, I don’t think I can’t sing “Blame It” right now … at this age,” the singer added.
“I’m trying to do that real music and luckily for people like Robin Thicke, people like Pharrell, are moving it forward, keeping it r&b. So hopefully I get a chance to get a crack at it,” he said.
Check out what the star had to say below:
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