NEW YORK – Kevin Federline, aspiring rapper and husband of Britney Spears, has unveiled his own Web site.
Federline, whose new hip-hop album, "The Truth," is due out in 2006, appears to expect big things in the coming year.
The Web site begins with an introduction of Federline rapping, "Keep messin' with my family and you're through," played over various tabloid articles about the couple. (Spears has sued Us Weekly for $20 million, charging the celebrity magazine published a false story reporting that she and Federline had made a sex tape and were worried about its release.)
Eventually, the screen dissipates to announce: "Now that I have your full attention, never judge a book by its cover." This is followed by, "I'm coming ... 2006."
In a note on the Web site, Federline says he hopes "this will provide you with the opportunity to get to know who I really am."
The 27-year-old former backup dancer and Spears, who were married last year, have an infant son, Sean Preston, who was born in September.
Although there have been tabloid reports of strife, the 24-year-old pop singer plugs Federline's Web site in a posting on her Web site.