Jamie Foxx pulled double-duty last night, April 16, on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The singer stopped by to promote his new single with Chris Brown, "You Changed Me," but Kimmel didn't let him off that easy. Foxx ended up performing another musical bit, using his impressive vocals to make a few Tinder profiles sound romantic.
Kimmel introduced the segment, saying profiles on Tinder are fun to read but "we thought it would be more fun to hear them set to music." Foxx then proceeded to sing real profiles that were a little unusual.
"I'm not here for hookups," he sang sweetly. "Unless, um, you are. Then we should talk!"
Check out the goofy bit below.
Foxx kicked off "You Changed Me" on a bright red piano, showing off his slick, R&B vocals. "Ain't no sense in frontin' when you know I got a thing for you / Ain't no other girls in mind it's me and you baby, I love you / Used to be the kind of n*gga never wanna settle down / Cause you changed me baby," Foxx sang. The crowd erupted for Brown when he showed up, instantly taking the song to another level.
The singer/actor announced his fifth album, Hollywood, just last night. No release date has been set and tracklist information is still unavailable.
"You Changed Me" follows "Ain't My Fault" and the DJ Mustard-assisted "Party Ain't a Party," both of which dropped last year. The pair ran into legal issues when Nontra Records sued both artists for copyright infringement, claiming "Party Ain't a Party" copied a tune by J Rand. That lawsuit is pending.
Breezy is still riding high on the success of his September release, X. The album peaked at number two behind tracks like "Loyal" and "New Flame."