Jamie Foxx ordered it extra large when he lined up major stars like Ron Howard, Samuel L. Jackson and Jake Gyllenhaal to make guest appearances in the video for 'Blame It'.
The star-studded music video from Jamie Foxx has been released via BET on Wednesday, February 25. This would be the video of "Blame It" that features T-Pain and is lifted from his third studio album "Intuition" (2008). The video itself is another project by Hype Williams.
Foxx mainly lined up awards winners from his movie realm, such as Ron Howard, Samuel L. Jackson, Forest Whitaker and Jake Gyllenhaal. Not stopping there, cameos are also made by Quincy Jones, Cedric the Entertainer, Morris Chesnut, Clifton Powell, Alex Thomas, Tatyana Ali, Bill Bellamy, Clarence Avant, Tommy Davidson and more.
The idea of having so many stars in one music video roots from his inspiration of Notorious B.I.G. "We wanted to sort of relive the Biggie (experience)," Foxx said to MTV. "Remember when Biggie did the 'One More Chance' remix video? So, we relived that. But (we have) the most Oscar-nominated and Oscar winners in one video that you ever seen."
Jamie Foxx's "Blame It" music video