SHOCKER!!! Ray J enlists a Kim Kardashian look-alike complete with the reality star’s signature high pony to star in the music video for “I Hit First.” Directed by J.R. Saint, the 32-year-old singer takes subtle and not-too-subtle jabs at his sex tape co-star. From Kris Humphries and Khloe Kardashian dopplegangers to an “F!” logo appearing in the bottom corner whenever cameras follow the faux Kimmy K, every Kardashian-related detail is included. Even Kanye West gets a nod with a shot of a Chicago freeway.
As much as I enjoy a Kim K. dig, my favorite part of the clip is that sick gray Rolls Royce Phantom detailed with illuminated blue accents on the car’s exterior. Talk about baller. It looks like something you’d see in Tron. Love it. Check out the visual for “I Hit It First” below.
Ray J for me, will forever always be Brandy’s little brother and the guy responsible for giving the world Kim Kardashian. Damn him for taping his sexual romp with the reality star. For that alone, he certainly should spend some time behind bars. Can you imagine a world without any Kardashians? Serenity now.
The 32-year-old singer just dropped a new single taking a not-so-subtle jab at his ex and her new boyfriend, Kanye West. “I Hit It First” reminds the world that before Kris Humphries and the “Heartless” rapper, it was Ray J who has “hitting it” on a regular basis. If the title and lyrics weren’t clear enough that Kimmy K is the subject, Ray J used a paparazzi picture of her at the beach and pixelated it for his single’s cover art. Check out a snippet of the lyrics below.
She might move on to rappers and ballplayers
But we all know I hit it first.
I had her head going North and her ass going South
But now baby chose to go West
No matter where she goes or who she knows
She still belongs in my bed.
As any avid reader of Homorazzi knows, I’m not the biggest fan of Kim K. So anything taking a jab at her will always please me. That said, the track is a bit catchy. It might very well be his best single since his Top 10 hit “Sexy Can I” released in 2007. With the controversial factor, it’s bound to get lots of airplay and attention. I can’t wait to see what he does for the music video. Listen to “I Hit It First” below.