Ernest L. Jorge was an American football coach, he served as the head football coach at the College of the Pacific—now known as the University of the Pacific—in Stockton, California from 1951 to 1952, compiling a record of 13–8–1. Jorge led the Pacific Tigers to consecutive appearances in the Sun Bowl. Jorge played high school football at Turlock High School in Turlock and college football at Saint Mary's College of California, he began his coaching career at Christian Brothers High School in Sacramento and moved to Modesto High School in Modesto, California. He joined the coaching staff at Pacific in 1947 as line coach under Larry Siemering. Jorge was found dead a Holiday Inn in Kent, Ohio, on October 6, 1971, he was working as a college scout for the Houston Oilers of the National Football League at the time of his death. Ernie Jorge at Find a Grave
For the song by Chris Brown, see "Yo""Excuse Me Miss" is a song written and performed by American rapper Jay-Z. It released as a single for his seventh studio album The Blueprint 2: the Curse, it was co-written and produced by The Neptunes, whose Pharrell Williams sings the hook in falsetto voice. The lyrics refer to love at first sight, it contains a more mature sound in comparison of his previous songs about women such as "Girls, Girls" and "I Just Wanna Love U". The song samples both the 2001 hit, "Take You Out" by Luther Vandross as well as "Big Poppa" by the Notorious B. I. G.. "Excuse Me Miss" was the third and final single from The Blueprint 2: The Gift & the Curse and was successful commercially. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Hot 100 and #1 on the Billboard R&B chart in April and was nominated for best rap songwriting at the 46th Grammy Awards but lost to Eminem's Lose Yourself; the music video for the single was released in early February 2003. The sequel to "Excuse Me Miss" was "La-La-La" with a noticeably darker beat and lyrics and was produced by The Neptunes.
The song was was re-released with "Stop" as a single for 2003's The Blueprint 2.1 The music video was filmed in New York and New Jersey in January 2003 and was directed by Little X and produced by Ericka Danko. It stars Jeannette Chaves; the video features cameo appearances from State Property, who appears in the scenes at the nightclub with Jay-Z, DJ Clue?, seen on the dancefloor. In the storyline, the two catch each other's eye. Jay-Z has a premonition of their relationship and entertaining her with his lavish lifestyle. At the end of the video, Jay-Z approaches her. Chaves won Sexiest Video Vixen at the inaugural Vibe Awards. Excuse Me Miss – United States CD, vinyl 12 A1 Excuse Me Miss A2 Excuse Me Miss A3 Excuse Me Miss B1 The Bounce B2 F**k All Nite – Album Version Excuse Me Miss / The Bounce – United States 12" vinyl A1 Excuse Me Miss A2 Excuse Me Miss A3 Excuse Me Miss B1 The Bounce B2 The Bounce B3 The Bounce Excuse Me Miss – United Kingdom CD single "Excuse Me Miss" "Heart of the City" Excuse Me Miss – United Kingdom 12 vinyl A1 Excuse Me Miss A2 Excuse Me Miss B Heart Of The City A remix of the song was released featuring Kanye West, which ended up on West's 2006 mixtape Freshmen Adjustment 2.
List of songs recorded by Jay-Z Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics