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(2000) TV commercial for Coors Light beer.

(February 2002) Release of the music video for Busta Rhymes single "Pass The Courvoisier, Part II," a remix of "Pass The Courvoisier," and featuring appearances by Mr. T; Spliff Starr; Mo'Nique; Kym Whitley; and Jamie Foxx.

(November 2002) Posthumous release of Aaliyah's music video for "Miss You," directed by Darren Grant, and featuring appearances by DMX; Missy Elliott; Toni Braxton; Tweety; Stephen Garrett; Jamie Foxx; Quincy Jones; and Ananda Lewis; among others.

(2004) Featured on Twista and Kanye West's song and video "Slow Jamz".

(1994) Release of his Album, "Peep This" (Fox/RCA/BMG Records 07863-66436).

(2005) Public Service Announcement (PSA) TV commercial for The ONE Campaign (www.one.org).

(2005) Featured in Kanye West's song and music video, "Gold Digger", directed by Hype Williams.

(2006) Release of his album, "Unpredictable".

(2006) Release of his music video for "Unpredictable," directed by Hype Williams.

(September 5, 2006) Release of the single and music video, "Live In The Sky," by T.I., both featuring Jamie Foxx, with an appearance in the music video by Forest Whitaker.

(February 1996) Release of the music video for "1 2 3 4 (Sumpin' New)" by Coolio, directed by David Dobkin, with appearances by Jamie Foxx and Anthony Johnson (as A.J. Johnson).

(November 2009) Release of Snoop Dogg's music video for "I Wanna Rock," which featured Jamie Foxx.

(2010) Appeared in music video for "Yes" by LMFAO.

(2013) Appeared in music video for Pharrell Williams' mega-hit "Happy".

(February 25, 2009) Release of Jamie Foxx's music video for "Blame It," which premiered on "106 & Park Top 10 Live" (2000); and was directed by Hype Williams; with appearances by Ron Howard; Forest Whitaker; Jake Gyllenhaal; Samuel L. Jackson; Quincy Jones; Cedric the Entertainer; Morris Chestnut; Clifton Powell; Alex Thomas; DeRay Davis; Joe; Mos Def; Tatyana Ali; Jalen Rose; Bill Bellamy; Ashley Scott, Electrik Red (comprised of Sarah Rosete, Naomi Allen, Leslie Nicole Lewis, and Kyndra Reevey'); Dawn Richard, Keshia Knight Pulliam; and Letoya Luckett (as LeToya).


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