On Tuesday, Chet Haze, the Northwestern University student, rapper and 20-year-old son of Hollywood A-Lister Tom Hanks, released his latest music video for the song "Hollywood," which he released earlier this year.
The video "dropped" early Tuesday, ending several months of relative inactivity for Haze, whose last video, "Another Year," was released in late June, shortly after the rap artist's live debut at Chicago's Enclave nightclub was called "not particularly off the hook" by a Gawker reviewer.
In the video, Haze is seen shooting photographs of an attractive, blonde model in what appears to be some sort of studio, while he tells her he "ain't ever seen a swagger like yours. You're rocking items most chicks can't afford." He proceeds to offer to be the woman's "director," so they can "do it like they do on the big screen."
Next, the photo shoot moves to what appears to be a hotel bedroom, where Haze shoots video of the woman. Next, they pull up in a convertible to some sort of fancy event, where Haze, like a true gentleman, shoos away nagging photographers from his "star."
Finally, they're back in the bedroom for more extreme closeups and smiling.
Last week, Haze played another live show with DJ duo White Panda at Chicago's The Mid. He also, according to Facebook, "wrapped up" his long-awaited debut EP on Sept. 1, though it has, to date, not yet been released.