'Rush Hour' director Brett Ratner is signed to work on Jamie Foxx's music video in support of 'Just Like Me' off upcoming 'Intuition'.
Jamie Foxx has been working with "Rush Hour" director Brett Ratner to film a music video for his T.I.-featuring single "Just Like Me". The music video is reportedly scheduled to be premiered soon.
Produced by duo The-Dream and Tricky Stewart, "Just Like Me" is listed on Foxx's third major studio effort "Intuition". Aimed to follow up his 2005 studio LP "Unpredictable", the record is slated for U.S. release on December 16.
Some featured guests signed onto the record are Lil Wayne and Keri Hilson. While Wayne is featured on "Aye!", Hilson lends her vocals on "My Girl". Meanwhile, Timbaland and Ne-Yo contribute their work on the production table of the forthcoming LP.
In related news, Jamie Foxx has landed the part as Nathaniel Ayers, a schizophrenic homeless musician, in movie "The Soloist". He has been joined by other cast including Robert Downey Jr. as Steve Lopez and Tom Hollander as Peter Snyder. The drama movie has been pushed back to hit the U.S. theaters on April 24, 2009 instead of previous report claiming March-2009 U.S. release.
On-the-set pictures of Jamie Foxx filming "Just Like Me" music video can be seen on Rap-Up and Brett Ratner's blog.