Chester Hanks, the 21-year-old son of actor Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson, has released a music video for his song “Do It Better” where he shows off his stud skills.
Chester, who goes by the name Chet Haze, raps about partying and seducing the ladies, singing, “Woman you a godda*n devil” and “We hit the floor, you turn it up, we turn it out, we lose control.”
Now, the cringe-worthy video may seem like a joke but Chet Haze is totally serious about his rap career.
The hot-but-dumb rapper explained his rap moniker, saying, “I took the name back as a kid. When people didn’t know who I was in terms of who my dad was, I wouldn’t tell them.
“I would tell people my name is Chet Haze, because it sounds like Hanks, so if I slipped up – If you say Haze, it almost sounds like Hanks. So when I started [my music career], that’s what came to mind. Like, what is the name I go by when I’m just doing me, you know what I’m saying?”
Haze, who is a student at Northwestern university, explains his music as a mixture of pop and rap, stating, “It’s pretty much pop-rap. What I’m trying to do right now is have music that you can hear on the radio, because I’m in a stage where I want to have a good product, a product that will sell, and I want to just push it and push it and push it. So far it’s been working.”
We’ll let you guys be the judge. Do you think Tom Hanks‘ son will make it in his rap career?