Two very popular Rap legends of the decade are joining forces to create a presumably lit music video. Next week, you can shoot your shot at being featured in the video filming in Atlanta and yes, you'll even get paid for it.
Project Casting released a new casting call (Dec. 12) for extras in the music video. Just the thought of being in a video that millions of people will watch might seem crazy, but it's actually happening and basically anyone can sign up.
They're looking for men and women of all ethnicities with a wide range of ages to play kitchen staff and phone store patrons (makes us wonder what's going to go down here).
The only conditions are that you must be 18 or older and have no visible tattoos. The casting is clearly super broad, so if you fit these two requirements, you may get a chance to be the next music video star.
You must be available to shoot on Dec. 17 and Dec. 18 next week, and you will be paid $200 for 10 hours.
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You'll get a behind-the-scenes look at what song will accompany the video. Is it something brand new, or something that came out recently? You'll have to show up to figure that out.
Update those headshots and get in selfie mode, because you'll have to send in a handful of photos. This is your chance at 15 minutes of fame and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be completely star-struck, so don't miss out.
Speaking of celebs in ATL, Shaq has a new cooking show coming to Atlanta and we are stoked. Also, the building where Outkast shot their "So Fresh, So Clean" video is now on sale for $4.5 million.