Actress Regina King Directs & Acts in Jaheim’s Official New Music Video | Premiere’s April 30th, 2010

Actress Regina King Directs New Jaheim Video

Jaheim Currently Strongholds the Top 10 With Two Singles:
“Finding My Way Back” and “Ain’t Leavin Without You”


NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwire – April 27, 2010) –  Atlantic recording
artist Jaheim, one of R&B’s most distinctive and enduring voices,
has nabbed award-winning actress Regina King
(Southland, Ray, Jerry Maguire, Miss Congeniality 2) to both direct and
star in the video for “Finding My Way Back,” the second single off his
new album ANOTHER ROUND. The video, which was shot in Los
Angeles on April 1 & 2, is scheduled to premiere on Centric on
Friday, April 30 during the channel’s Top 20 Countdown show at 11:00
A.M. and 5:00 P.M. ET.


“Finding My Way Back” retains the #7 spot this week, joining
“Ain’t Leavin Without You” (currently sitting at #6), making it the
second time in his career that Jaheim has two songs inside the Top 10
Airplay Chart at Urban AC Radio at the same time. The first time he
accomplished this was on his second album, with “Fabulous” and “Put That
Woman First.” Jaheim premiered his performance of “Finding My Way Back”
last week on The Wendy Williams Show and is expected to take his live
show on the road with some warm-up dates this spring and a nationwide
tour this summer with fellow crooners Anthony Hamilton, Raheem Devaughn
and Lyfe Jennings.

Jaheim kicked off 2010 with “Ain’t Leavin Without You”
positioned at #1, making it his ninth Top 10 song. ANOTHER ROUND was
released on February 9 and debuted a week later at #2 on the Top R&B
Albums Chart and #3 on the Top 200 Albums Chart.

Behind the scenes footage and exclusive photos from the video
can be seen www.jaheimmusic.com.

ABOUT REGINA KING
Award-winning actress Regina King currently stars in
the TNT drama Southland.

King made her television debut on the hit sitcom “227.” After
five seasons, King made the leap to the silver screen with a role in
“Boys ‘n the Hood” and later starred in “Poetic Justice” and “Higher
Learning.” King has always been consistent in showing her dynamic range,
bouncing effortlessly from dramatic material to comedic performances,
as proven in the hit film “Friday” and “A Thin Line Between Love and
Hate.”

A turning point in her career came in 1997 with her memorable
role as Cuba Gooding Jr.’s wife, Marci, in the blockbuster film “Jerry
Maguire.” This led to starring roles in “How Stella Got Her Groove
Back,” the hit action-thriller “Enemy of the State,” the
family-adventure “Mighty Joe Young,” and the comedy “Down to Earth.”
King also starred in the comedy “Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and
Fabulous,” and voiced the character Kreela, in the animated film “Ant
Bully.” Prior to that, she appeared in the Oscar-nominated film “Ray.”

King’s other feature credits also include “Cinderella Story,”
“Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde” and “Daddy Day Care.” The
skilled actress could be most recently seen in “Living Proof,”
executive-produced by Renée Zellweger and starring opposite Harry
Connick, Jr. Her other projects include “Year of the Dog” (opposite
Molly Shannon) and the Screen Gems’ film “The Christmas” (opposite
Loretta Devine).

ABOUT JAHEIM
Jaheim combines old-school soul with new-school
swagger. Like so many great R&B superstars before him, Jaheim has
turned the trials and tribulations of inner city life into sweet, soul
music. He has 2 platinum-plus and 2 gold albums under his belt, along
with numerous award nominations and key wins, including a BET Award for
“Best Male R&B Artist.” Along the way, Jaheim has made countless TV
appearances, including performances on NBC’s Saturday Night Live, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno,
and Late Night with Conan
O’Brien
; BET’s 106
& Park
; It’s
Showtime At The Apollo
; and Soul Train. When he’s not making music, Jaheim gives
back to his native Northern New Jersey community with affordable housing
initiatives and youth mentoring via The Urban Dreams Foundation which
he started in 2005.

HISTORY
The New Jersey native instantly burst to the forefront
of modern R&B with 2001’s acclaimed “GHETTO LOVE.” Fueled by the
breakthrough singles, “Could It Be” and “Just In Case,” the album
reached the Billboard 200‘s
top 10 on its way to earning RIAA platinum for sales exceeding 1
million. In addition, Jaheim was honored with a number of award
nominations, including the Soul Train Music Award for “Best R&B/Soul
Single” (for “Just In Case”); and the BET Awards for “Best Male R&B
Artist.”

In April 2002, Jaheim unveiled his second album, “STILL
GHETTO,” fulfilling his debut’s promise and repeating its commercial and
critical success. The collection, which featured a pair of hits in
“Fabulous” and “Put That Woman First,” hit Billboard‘s top 10 and was quickly certified RIAA
platinum. This time, Jaheim could not be denied and was duly honored
with the 2003 BET Award for “Best Male R&B Artist.” What’s more, the
singer received an American Music Awards nomination for “Favorite Male
Artist – Hip-Hop/R&B.”

2004 saw Jaheim hitting the top 5 on Billboard‘s “Hot 100” with
his featured role on Nelly’s hit, “My Place.” The single was a worldwide
smash, topping the charts in Australia, New Zealand, and the United
Kingdom. A nomination at the 2nd Annual Vibe Awards followed,
acknowledging “My Place” as one of the year’s “Coolest Collaborations.”

In 2006, Jaheim returned with the third chapter of his
“Ghetto” trilogy, “GHETTO CLASSICS.” The album – which featured the
singles, “Everytime I Think About Her” and “Chosen One” – was an
out-of-the-box sensation, debuting at #1 on both the Billboard 200 and the “Top
R&B/Hip-Hop Albums” charts. 

In 2007, Jaheim topped the charts again with “Never,” the
first single off his Atlantic Records debut album, “THE MAKINGS OF A
MAN.” The Makings of a Man,” has sold over 500,000 units since its
release December 18, 2007. “Never” amassed almost 30 million in radio
audience and went on to sell close to 75K ringtones.

For more information, please visit www.jaheimmusic.com and www.myspace.com/jaheim.

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