WATCH: Justin Jaymes’ ‘You Don’t Know How Hard’

Posted: 02/18/2014 in Film, New Releases, Pop Music, Side Projects, Singer-Songwriter, Video
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Yes, you may be asking yourself “But isn’t that Tom Goss?” And yes, it is. Known more for his singer-songwriter and clothed performances, Goss has gone the actor route in Rob Williams’ new film Out To Kill slated for a summer release for film festivals and a holiday disc release.

The movie is described as

Perhaps not surprisingly, the abhorrent Jaymes is the victim in this intricate and witty “whodunit” murder mystery centered around a group of gay men living in a Florida loft complex. With its surprise ending and tropical location, the film offers a sexy, gay twist to the traditional murder mystery.

We can’t help but think there’s some inspiration for the Jaymes character by way of Cazwell. Well, that and the video. Watch and read more after the jump.

From the video write up:

HOT PERFORMING ARTIST GRIPES ABOUT
THE CHALLENGES OF HOTNESS
Justin Jaymes takes haterz to task in his breakout music video

(Tampa, Florida) — February 17, 2014 The world will never be the same again after the release of self-proclaimed, “Hottest Performing Artist Alive,” Justin Jaymes’ breakout music video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9DXhJ…). The “no-apologies” phenomenon drops his first music video for his single, “You Don’t Know How Hard” on YouTube today to share his plight with the world. The song is about the challenges someone as hot as Jaymes feels every day, with the chorus, “You don’t know how hard it is to be this hot.” The entirety of the video is shot in front of a green screen, while Jaymes girates with three buff, male dancers.

Jaymes, a self-taught “musician,” and citizen of clubs around the world, claims that the song is educational. He says, “I wrote this song for all those haterz that think what I do is easy. Listen, you simply don’t wake up this fabulous. It’s work, day in and day out.” As a “hotness expert,” Jaymes knows what he is talking about when he says, “the beat is sick. The message owns all the haterz who are always whispering about me at the club. And most of all, it’s hot. I mean, probably the hottest thing ever made.”

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