In it, Khaled and Liotta are being pampered by half a dozen manicurist, pedicurists and masseuses as Khaled attempts to explain how Apple Music works. Indeed, the service offers millions of tracks including the Doobie Brothers' "Minute By Minute," per Liotta's request and then surprise, but the tough guy actor is not going to be accused of "playing himself."
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Liotta doesn't understand Khaled's catchphrase when he says, "Don't ever play yourself Ray, I'm telling you," and the scene spirals into an awkwardly intimidating stare down that nods to Liotta's classic gangster film GoodFellas. It's all fun and jokes of course and no one gets hurt.
Khaled and Liotta are represented by UTA. Watch both clips here:
----Me n Ray Liotta with that serious don talk in that @applemusic movie Don't ever play yourself @applemusichttps://t.co/zjYriadjzp
— DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) June 6, 2016
Me @naomicampbell in my first @AppleMusic commercial #ForFree w/ @Drake at #1 ONLY on Apple Music NBA Finals 2nighthttps://t.co/yLeNq4ZNwf
— DJ KHALED (@djkhaled) June 5, 2016