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The video simply shows the actor/singer channeling his inner reggae star as he performs alongside his band in a studio.
The comedian who is famous for his stand-up comedy routine will receive the 18th annual Mark Twain Prize by John F. Kennedy Center for performing arts in the coming October.
The actor will be playing the role of the late comedian's father, LeRoy 'Buck Carter' Pryor, who was a boxer and WWII veteran.
The disgraced comedian says, 'I am very appreciative of Eddie and I applaud his actions,' after Norm Macdonald revealed that Murphy refused to play Cosby in a 'Jeopardy!' parody.
Macdonald says that he tried really hard to convince Murphy to play Cosby, but in the end, the 'Beverly Hills Cop' actor said no because he didn't want to 'kick a man when he is down.'
The 'Norbit' star will make his first appearance since leaving the NBC variety series 30 years ago in its anniversary special which will air on February 15.
The actor, who's expected to reprise his role as Axel Foley in the fourth 'Beverly Hills Cop' film, says he's not doing a 's**ty' movie just to make some paper.
The actor says if people respond to his new single, which will arrive on iTunes on January 27 via VP Records, he may release a new album.
The actor/singer is featured playing his guitar while singing the ballad in the black-and-white video for his new single.
The reggae song called 'Red Light' will be featured in the 'Dreamgirls' actor's upcoming new album, '9'.
Eddie and Judge will reprise their roles as Axel Foley and Billy Rosewood respectively in the CBS' pilot.
The 'Tower Heist' actor claims the title because for every $1 he is paid for his last three movies, the money only returns an average of $2.30 on box office.
The 'Beverly Hills Cop' star feels 'really touched' as Samuel L. Jackson, Adam Sandler, Jamie Foxx, Tracy Morgan and more pay tribute to him during the taping of 'Eddie Murphy: One Night Only'.
Murphy teams up with Shawn Ryan for the TV adaptation of the 1984 action comedy movie that will follow Axel's police officer son as he fights crimes while trying to escape his father's shadow.
The star of the 1984 action comedy movie is reportedly teaming up with 'The Shield' creator Shawn Ryan to shop a small-screen version of the film.