WATCH: Maroon 5 and Jonah Hill Making “HJ Train”

Slick Rubin Jonah Hill

In 2007, Jonah Hill broke out into the comedy world via films such as Superbad and Knocked Up. These titles would boost Hill into stardom and later allow him to become a “serious actor.”

Before any of that happened, however, Hill made “HJ Train” a song about hand jobs.

In a short clip featuring the band Maroon 5 before the release of their second record, It Won’t Be Soon Before Long, Hill dons a turban and the moniker “Slick Rubin.” Slick is a big-shot producer hired by the label to help the band write their next hit. The hitch is, the song is about hand jobs and the band isn’t having it.

You can watch the clip below.

Jacob Tender

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