James Franco Is Now In A Motown Band, Debuts Music Video
"I know I do a lot of things. I'm very aware of that."
James Franco, the kind of multi-tasking, continues his quest for world domination with his latest endeavor — a band called Daddy. "I'm sure there are a lot skeptical people, hearing about me doing music," he told Rolling Stone, also saying, "I know I do a lot of things. I'm very aware of that."
He formed the band with buddy Tim O'Keefe, who he met while studying at the Rhodes Island School of Design (which he somehow managed to fit in on top of his million other side projects, additional tertiary studies, contributing to magazines like our own, and general duties required from being a famous movie star). Daddy are releasing their debut EP tomorrow, which features guest vocals by Motown figurehead Smokey Robinson. Ahead of the release, Rolling Stone have premiered Daddy's first video for 'Love In The Old Days', directed by — you guessed it — James Franco. We're beginning to think that James Franco is a bot.
Did you like that song? Did you close your eyes and imagine James Franco singing it to you whilst you were spooning? Now just imagine this guy singing the song.
Speaking of Spring Breakers, everything comes full circle, with Daddy's EP cover featuring a Polaroid of its female stars. As we said, world domination continues.