KFed’s Got Talent!

January 19, 2007 / Posted by:

Above is an out take of KFed recording a little rap diddy for his Nationwide Insurance commercial that will air during the Super Bowl. The commercial shows KFed in a glamorous rap video only to find out that it’s a dream. KFed also answered some questions on why he chose to do this commercial.

1.) Why were you interested in working with Nationwide on their Super Bowl commercial? What did you like about the concept?

The world knows the ups and downs of my life – I’m a perfect example of how ‘Life Comes at You Fast,’ and like all of us, I’ve been faced with many obstacles. Pairing up with Nationwide may be a big surprise, but this ad is a perfect fit for me, since it shows why everyone needs to be ready for what life throws at them.

2.) Your living proof that life does come at you fast! You had a very busy year. If you had to sum up your 2006 in one sentence, what would you say?

When life comes at you fast, roll with the punches and move on.

3.) Music is a big part of your life. You recently released an album and you show off your musical skills in Nationwide’s Super Bowl commercial. Who are your biggest musical influences and why?

I have influences in all genres of music, from pop to rock to hip-hop and rap. My biggest influences include 2-Pac, Too Short, Snoop, etc. Music has always been an important part of my life.

4.) It’s the start of a new year. What should we look for from Kevin Federline in 2007?

This Nationwide commercial is the first chance for the world to see the new Kevin Federline, who gets the importance of making good decisions and being better prepared for the future. I’m determined for the world to see a new and improved Kevin in 2007, so be on the lookout for upcoming big announcements in TV, film, fashion and music this year.

How could Britney let this go? He truly is hidden talent! You better be sure to catch this commercial when it airs, because it will probably be the least you see of his wigga ass! Well, until the next Surreal Life comes out.

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