The majority of his videos feature Steed ejaculating on his female partner's face, in an act commonly referred to as a 'facial'. According to a scene with Leanni Lei in Pick Up Lines #45, Steed's semen is among the most pleasant-tasting in the porn industry. Another trademark of Steed's are his loud groans and grunts both in anticipation of, and accompanying, many of his climaxes. Jake Steed is best known for his outrageous and controversial video series Little White Chicks, Big Black Monster Dicks featuring extremely well-endowed African American performers, such as Mandingo, Lexington Steele and Steed, himself as the leader of the monsters, perform surveillance and reconnaissance, after young Caucasian models such as Bridgette Kerkove, Belladonna and many other "victims", then kidnap and rape them. He is the first man who starred in the interracial porn site Blacks on Blondes (a.k.a) "dogfart".
He's had a string of successful movie lines like Chillin' with Freaks, Whoes & Flows & Little White Chicks... Big Black Monster Dicks. Jake worked with Ed Powers on Dirty Debutantes & Exotica Erotica, in which aspiring adult-actresses would perform, often for the first time, before a camera. Ed Powers has used scenes from said movies in Affirmative Action, a compilation centered around Jake Steed. Jake Steed has also appeared on the album 2001 by Dr.
Dre. He appeared on Pause 4 Porno. The track consists of the audio of Steed having sex with two women. He has a rap CD out but failed to garner the same success with music as he did with his porno.
For a few years, Steed allowed visitors to his web site to download MP3 audio files of his songs, including "Spanish Fly Theme" and "Spliff Star Jake". In the year 2001, prestigious X-Rated Critics Organization held their 17th Annual Awards show where they honored Jake by inducting him into the XRCO Hall of Fame. He was noted for his long-standing work of 12 years in the industry. He is the youngest male to ever be inducted into the critics Hall of Fame. Jake Steed retired in 2001 and has not appeared in any films since then. Since that time, several more editions of "Chillin' with Jake Steed: Freaks, Flows, and Hos" have appeared, but Steed has not directly been seen.
Either his voice was heard narrating on the soundtrack, or someone claiming to be Steed was seen with a white sheet over his head. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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