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  • I want to hear a story...tell me if it's true or not

  • - involving you and Rihanna. - Uh, yes.

  • You know what I'm talking?

  • Oh, I know what you're talking about.

  • Well, you have ...you have kids, right?

  • You have daughters.

  • Absolutely. I have two little girls.

  • Okay, I have three daughters.

  • So I think my kids are a little older than yours.

  • They're at that stage where

  • if, when dropping them off at school,

  • I could just keep the car moving,

  • they would -- they would opt for that.

  • Or a bag over my head, anything.

  • Very, you know -- that kind of awkward stage

  • where they don't want to be seen with Dad.

  • Exactly.

  • So I thought I -- I thought the coolest moment of all-time

  • that happened recently when Rihanna -- Ri-Ri --

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Wow. Wow.

  • -She actually-- -Got close fast. Yeah, wow.

  • She called me up and wanted to use a song

  • that I had recorded in a movie a few years ago.

  • The Academy Award-winning, "Stuck on you."

  • It won a record 35 Oscars.

  • I don't remember the number, Jimmy.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • But at any rate,

  • we had a song in there that I had actually recorded.

  • It was based on Billy Stewart's "Summertime."

  • It was a pretty cool rendition.

  • But she had heard it.

  • The only person that's ever heard it.

  • And Rihanna calls -- Okay, you caught me in a lie.

  • Her lawyer calls my lawyer.

  • That makes more sense. Now the story makes more sense, yeah.

  • And says can -- and asked whether or not

  • they could use a piece of the song in a song she was doing.

  • Like a sample. -Yeah, like --

  • Is that what they -- a sample, a mish mash or whatever the term.

  • I don't know the term.

  • I don't know. You're in the music business. I don't know.

  • A mish mash. Yeah, that's right.

  • So she wants to mish mash it into something she's doing,

  • and I'm like, "Well, this is good

  • because then the girls are going to know

  • I'm doing a song with Rihanna,

  • and suddenly I don't know if I'm the loser dad any more."

  • You might be the coolest dad ever.

  • Yeah, right. So I was really excited about it.

  • And said, you know, how much is she willing to pay me.

  • And my lawyer said nothing. And I said we got a deal.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • "We got a deal. Where do I sign?"

  • Sounded good. Sounded good.

  • So at any rate, she ended up using it.

  • And I -- you know, I dropped the kids off at school one day,

  • and literally get the link of the song that she has recorded.

  • And I don't know what my expectation was for the song.

  • But, you know, Rihanna, great musician.

  • Some of the songs can be a little racy.

  • Sure.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • What was the song?

  • Well, the song is called "Cockiness."

  • That's all right.

  • So far we got away with it, yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • So the first lyrics are

  • "suck my cockiness, lick my persuasion."

  • Okay. All right. Hold on a second.

  • This is -- This reminds --

  • my lower back tattoo, I'm getting next week.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Persuasion. Yeah, that's good.

  • It's gonna cost an extra 50 bucks.

  • "I want you to be my --" I don't know.

  • You get the idea, right?

  • So it's the song -- -Lick my cockiness.

  • -t's the song that never can be played for my kids

  • is the bottom line, so I'm still the awkward dad.

  • Odd man out unfortunately, but it is --

  • she did actually do a recording with it,

  • so I got a little -- I'm a little mish mash in there.

  • All right, so you got a little street cred.

  • -Yeah, that's right. -Then that's all you need.

  • -Do you golf, still, because -- -I do.

  • -I heard that you golf. -Yeah, I do.

  • -You told me that you golf. -Yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Why is that funny? -I don't know.

  • I was honestly -- I was -- like -- I -- surprised.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • -Why? -I don't know.

  • Honestly, it's not like I'm like, whoa --

  • I don't know what my expectation is for a golfer,

  • but I just -- I just -- you surprised me.

  • I was surprised to hear that.

  • What would you think I would do?

  • I mean, what -- like, Frisbee? [ Laughter ]

  • Something involving a Frisbee? Is that what you see me doing?

  • No, no, I just -- it seemed like

  • golf could be distracting for you.

  • I would envision you, you know, like -- it's like, you got a --

  • it's like chess for four hours.

  • You don't seem -- I don't know.

  • You just don't seem like a golfer to me.

  • You're probably a great golfer. -I'm taking this the right way.

  • As a compliment. -I know, but I just don't --

  • I don't know what I envisioned for a golfer.

  • But I just -- when they told me that, I was surprised.

  • I'm fine. I'm normal. I play by the rules.

  • You're a physical specimen. It's not about that.

  • It's just that I didn't anticipate --

  • maybe because I just never heard it.

  • Are you good?

  • No, I'm terrible.

  • Okay, well, I am too.

  • You're terrible, as well?

  • I'm really not very good.

  • Oh, I heard the opposite.

  • Well, no, that's not true.

  • Well, I heard that you got a hole in one.

  • Well, that's true.

  • You got a hole in one?

  • I did. Yeah, I got a hole in one.

  • I got one -- one hole in one in my whole life.

  • I would just start crying.

  • Yeah. Well, I did. I got a little choked up.

  • Did you call everybody?

  • Well, you know, after you had a hole in one,

  • you do ask people a lot if they've had a hole in one.

  • I didn't used to care.

  • But now it's like, "You had a hole in one?"

  • Have you ever had one?

  • -No. -Yeah.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • You're the worst! That is the absolute worst.

  • -Wow. -It's cool.

  • Yeah, it's cool.

  • I want to talk about this new "Electric Dreams."

  • Philip K. Dick, this guy, a sci-fi writer.

  • I know a couple of his books.

  • I mean there -- I've only gotten through the first chapter.

  • Let's be honest.

  • -Too busy golfing. -Yeah.

  • You golf?

  • "You read? You don't look like a reader."

  • [ Laughter ]

  • Yes, I read. I know how to read. I read books! I love books!

  • "Mama," "Dada." You know, those types of books.

  • [ Laughter ]

  • But this is a -- This is based on his short stories.

  • Yeah. He wrote really interesting stuff.

  • -My version's -- -You're in episode seven.

  • It's called "The Father Thing"?

  • Yeah, which basically is what happens

  • if the person you love the most, in this case,

  • it's an 11-year-old boy.

  • What happens if your father, his father,

  • is something that he doesn't believe him to --

  • -Are you an alien? -I'm an alien.

  • Okay, good. Just say it. Just say it.

  • -So you're basically an alien. -Yeah.

  • -Spoiler alert. -Yeah, exactly.

  • Wow, so what would you do if you're a kid

  • and you find out your dad --

  • Yeah, so he's 11 years old,

  • he's finding out this incredible thing,

  • and it's kind of the machinations of the story.

  • And the kid is fantastic, and it was great fun to do.

I want to hear a story...tell me if it's true or not

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リアーナ、グレッグ・キニアの曲 "Cockiness (Love It) "をサンプリング (Rihanna Sampled Greg Kinnear for Her Song "Cockiness (Love It)")

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    kiki に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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