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Brian Pumper: Bound for Music Success With Jay-Z Diss Track?

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When it comes to breaking into the music industry, aspiring artists appear to take desperate measures to get discovered by label execs.

Outspoken baller Ron Artest chose this year's NBA Finals to promote his latest single, 'Champions,' following the Los Angeles Lakers Game 7 win. But he isn't the only professional star looking to land a recording contract.

Over the course of the last week, adult film star and director Brian Pumper made headlines following the announcement of Montana Fishburne's forthcoming adult movie, aptly titled 'Montana Fishburne.' He has not only released a music video featuring Laurence Fishburne's 18-year-old daughter but also a song dissing rap mogul Jay-Z.

The profane track, titled 'She Ain't Satisfied,' finds Pumper rhyming about Hov's wife, Beyonce, being displeased in the bedroom and how he's the ideal man to get the job done.

Although the three-minute-plus song appeared to be a lost 50 Cent comedy skit, Pumper's quest to become a platinum-selling artist is quite serious.

Ironically, the 29-year-old adult film actor is releasing his latest DVD, 'Phattys, Rhymes, & Dimes 14' on Aug. 10, the same day as Montana Fishburne's Vivid Entertainment debut. According to Pumper, Fishburne (who goes by the name Chippy D in the film) wrapped up the 14th installment in his established adult film franchise.

"She's going by the name Chippy D in my movie," he explained to Thisis50.com. "It just so happened when she came my way, when I had the opportunity to film her, I was just finishing up 'Phattys, Rhymes, & Dimes 14.' I had to shoot one more scene, so she completed that project. "

"It consists of six music videos. Every girl has her own music video before her sex scene," he added. "And that was my special treat to the fans out there."

Unfortunately, not everyone is enthused about Pumper's music.

When BV Newswire asked Fishburne's daughter whether the up-and-coming MC had potential for chart-topping success, she simply replied: "No, I don't think his music appeals to the mainstream."

That wasn't all Montana Fishburne had to say about her former "music video " co-star. Find out why the two are currently on bad terms and more in the EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW 'Montana Fishburne: Up, Close & Extremely Personal.'



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