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Tom Hanks’ Son Records Rap Song, Remakes “Black And Yellow”

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Chester Marlon Hanks, son of Academy Award winning actorTom Hanks, tosses his hat in the hip-hop arena, recording a remake of WizKhalifa's top 10 song "Black And Yellow."

Performing under the moniker Chet Haze, the 20-year-old Northwestern University student and actor has tradedKhalifa's pro-Pittsburgh lyrics for those advocating college.

On "White And Purple (Northwestern Remix)," Haze boasts,"I'm living college life, homie 'til the world is mine." He also references agirlfriend: "Got a call from bruhs in the frat house, I'm with my girl tryingto get up under that blouse."

Surprisingly, Haze has a nice rhyme flow. It's unclearwhether rap is just a hobby, but the lyrics suggest an interest in getting arecord deal. "Hear them haters talk, but you know they be losing," he raps. "I'mtrying to walk the walk for the major of my choosing."

According to Gawker,who broke the story, Mo Greene first recorded a "White And Purple" Northwesternanthem last year.

Haze also has a couple acting credits. In 2007, he appearedin "Bratz," and the following year, "Indiana Jones And The Kingdom Of TheCrystal Skull."

 

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