Singled Out: "I'm Notorious For Doing This, It's My Pleasure To Kiss A H*e In The Mouth"

Tuesday, Feb 5, 2013 6:10PM

Written by SOHH for Jack Thriller

[SOHH highlights a hot record each Tuesday and offers a unique look at the track in Singled Out. After Skyzoo decoded his "Spike Lee Was My Hero" single, comedian-turned-rapper Jack Thriller breaks down his "Don't Kiss These H*es" anthem.]

"Don't Kiss These H*es" came about from me wanting to start a comedy album and I got a good friend down South, Stack$, and his dad owns SoBe. We just kind of hit it off and I didn't know he did music and we went into the studio, created the song and this is something he used to say all the time.

I'm notorious for doing this, it's my pleasure to kiss a h*e in the mouth. That's basically how it came out. So he was for not kissing these h*es in the mouth and I was the anti one saying you should kiss these h*es in the mouth.

We got into the studio and it was magical. I didn't even know I had that inside of me. I've been working around music for the last 15 years of my life and it was indirectly. It was coming up with T.I., Young Jeezy and all those guys because they used to come out to the comedy clubs all the time. They want to be us and we want to be them. It was only right and I was really excited about it.

I want to become the first comedian-rapper to get a major record deal. I'm not going to be the first comedian to put out a rap album but I'm going to be the first to put out a really good rap album. It's going to be all original songs and I'm really excited about.

I actually shot the music video for "Don't Kiss These H*es" down in Miami. My business partner rented out this mansion and it was amazing. I directed it and casted it, the whole nine. I went to the strip club one night when I was booked out in Miami and I saw two of the rachet-est chicks in there and I knew they would be perfect to be in the video.

I gave them $100 a piece to come over and have a Yabba Dabba Doo! time.

Originally from Atlanta Georgia, Jack Thriller was noticed by many on Nick Cannon's popular MTV improv show "Wild n' Out" in 2008 and then was seen again in Souljah Boy's music video "Super Man" playing the superman character. In 2009 Jack Thriller moved to NYC with hopes of elevating his comedy career and started his youtube series "King Of Pop Comedy TV," the series took off greatly receiving rave reviews and got Jack Thriller a meeting with multi platinum recording artist 50 cent and in the year of 2010 Jack Thriller would be the first comedian to sign to G-Unit. Today in 2013, Jack is mixing his comedic niche with music, preparing to release his new album "Publicity Stunt" which will have people clutching their stomachs with laughter and in awe with his out of the box musical style.

Check out the "Don't Kiss These H*es" music video:

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