Chris Brown Previews New Song In Dance Video
Chris Brown just dropped his new album, Royalty, last month, but he's already working on new music. The singer shared clips of some new music on Instagram today, giving fans a series of posts where he danced as a new banger played in the studio.
Cal Scruby Feat. Chris Brown "Ain't Shit Change" Video
Cal Scruby Feat. Chris Brown
Coming off the release of his Royalty album, Chris Brown decides to assist Cincinatti rapper Cal Scruby by shooting the official video for their collab “Aint Shit Changed.”
Fabolous Feat. Chris Brown "She Wildin'" Video
Fabolous Feat. Chris Brown
While we may have to wait a couple more weeks for The Young OG Project 2, Fabolous decides to hold us over today by revisiting the first installment and sharing a new video for his Chris Brown-featured cut “She Wildin.” Watch as the two artists take over a house party and show off their dab moves in this Gerald Victor-directed clip above. It serves as the follows up to Fabo’s latest mixtape Summertime Shootout, and Breezy’s Royalty album.
Chris Brown "Little More (Royalty)" Video
After letting us premiere the audio for this record the other day, Chris Brown returns on the day his album releases with the record's official music video. The singer has been dropping a visual daily for records off Royalty, so we'll have to see if this is the final instalment.
Chris Brown "Picture Me Rollin" Video
After encountering a few stumbling blocks with VEVO, Chris Brown decided to release his latest music video from Royalty, "Picture Me Rollin," himself on his Vimeo player. Breezy has been rolling out content off Royalty every day this week, yesterday we premiered a new record "Little More (Royalty)."
Chris Brown Feat. Tayla Parx "Anyway" Video
Chris Brown Feat. Tayla Parx
With Royalty dropping on Friday, Chris Brown has been rolling out new visuals in its support everyday this week leading up to its big release.
Chris Brown Feat. Solo Lucci "Wrist" Video
Chris Brown Feat. Solo Lucci
Chris Brown continues to roll out new visuals in support of his upcoming Royalty LP, which drops this Friday (12/18). Yesterday, he released the hot & steamy visual for “Back To Sleep,” and now today he’s back with another one for us called “Wrist” featuring Atlanta’s own Solo Lucci.
Chris Brown "Back To Sleep" Video
Chris Brown is now just five days away from the release of his new album, Royalty. He's kicking off the week with a new music video for "Back to Sleep," following up the ultra-modern visuals for "Fine By Me." This video's a bit more low-key, as Breezy makes his way to his lover's home and performs with a live band backing him. Things quickly heat up with his female co-star, as they head to the bed and then later, the shower.
Chris Brown & Rick Ross Perform "Sorry" & "Back To Sleep" On Kimmel
Chris Brown & Rick Ross
With Rick Ross fresh off the release of his eighth studio album Black Market and Chris Brown's Royalty just around the corner, the two of them teamed up last night for a live performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Chris Brown "Fine By Me" Video
Yesterday the audio for Chris Brown's club-ready banger surfaced, "Fine By Me." Today the singer has released the official music video for the Royalty cut. Royalty also went up for pre-order on iTunes today, so you can ensure it'll be in your iTunes on December 18th. The tracklist hasn't been revealed yet on iTunes, but you can preview the singles he's released thus far.
Chris Brown Performs "Zero" On Jimmy Fallon
To promote his upcoming Royalty album, which is now dropping December 18, Chris Brown made his way by the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to serve as the evening’s musical guest. Taking the stage backed by the Roots, Breezy went ahead and performed his latest single “Zero,” while some choreographed dancers show off their moves behind him. Check it out above.
Chris Brown On HOT 97
Last night we found out, by way of a different HOT 97 interview, that Chris Brown's upcoming album Royalty will actually be dropping on December 18th. Originally it was thought the album would drop November 27th, however Brown reveals that the pre-order will be available that day instead.
Rick Ross Feat. Chris Brown "Sorry" Video
Rick Ross Feat. Chris Brown
A month after dropping Black Market lead single "Sorry," Rick Ross returns with the music video. Ricky Rozay has never been shy about getting down and dirty on camera, and the "Sorry" video is no different. The former corrections officer is embroiled in a love triangle and tries to save his relationship with his main girl after she discovers his side piece's panties. The ending is rather unexpected... and violent.
Tinashe Feat. Chris Brown "Player" Video
Tinashe Feat. Chris Brown
Tinashe delivers the official music video for her big JOYRIDE single with Chris Brown, "Player." The visual was premiered live on NYC's Sony Jumbo Screen in Times Square in addition to the VEVO player. The music video, as she described in her behind-the-scenes video on Friday, takes place in some sort of "non-descript" future. We see Tinashe dance-battle with various men, and one lady, in video game-style rounds, before things culminate with the final dance scene involving Breezy. Take a look at the sexy visuals above.
French Montana Feat. Chris Brown & Migos "Moses" Video
French Montana Feat. Chris Brown & Migos
French Montana has a lot of friends in the industry -- to the point he can get Chris Brown, Migos, and 808 Mafia on one track. With all those elements in place, it's hard to make something that isn't effective on some level. "Moses" sometimes feels a bit chaotic with all it's moving parts, but the feeling that it could fall apart at any moment is part of the thrill. Quavo proves he can go toe-to-toe with a traditional R&B singer, dueling brown with his own auto-tuned melodies. Montana meanwhile gets hit stutter-flow on, recalling more the work of Future than anyone from New York.
BTS: Tinashe Feat. Chris Brown "Player" Video
Tinashe Feat. Chris Brown
Tinashe is getting fans excited for her music video for her Chris Brown-featured single, "Player," by dropping off the BTS today. The full music video is expected to follow on Monday, November 2nd. In the behind-the-scenes, we get to hear from Tinashe on the idea or concept behind the song, as well as the concept for the video shoot itself, which Tinashe says takes place in some sort of "non-descript" future, and finds her battling various male dancers. We get a peak at the dance moves, shot in a downtown L.A. studio. Later on, Breezy makes an appearance.
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, Fetty Wap, August Alsina "Gold Slugs" Video
DJ Khaled Feat. Chris Brown, Fetty Wap & August Alsina
Instagram followers of DJ Khaled are by now well-aware of his Miami restaurant Finga Lickin'. His new music video "Gold Slugs" ostensibly refers to his shiny grill, but really it's one long advertisement for Finga Lickin. It tarts with Khaled holding court inside the restaurant, dining with the homies, then heading out to the parking lot to film the video with Chris Brown, Fetty Wap, and August Alsina before ending the track by delivering his girl a huge plate of Finga Lickin seafood and red velvet cake.
Chris Brown Previews New Music On Instagram
Chris Brown just hit his Instagram page with three new videos, all previewing some fire emoji music he's been working on. He didn't reveal any details about the records, he simply captioned the final video of the trio with "work." Indeed. It appears as though he's previewing two different records, one song in the first video and a second in the last two, but I could be wrong. Fans have been commenting on Breezy's page saying the latter song sounds like something The Weeknd could be on too-- what do you think?
Chris Brown "Liquor/Zero" Video
Chris Brown was kind enough to combine his recent singles "Liquor" and "Zero" into a single music video. The dual video clocks in at over nine minutes in length, joining the two songs into a single storyline, filled with dancing, drinking, psychedelia, and intrigue...
Compton Menace Feat. Chris Brown "Put On" Video
Compton Menace Feat. Chris Brown
Almost a year and a half after receiving the single, Compton Menace finally decides to drop off the official video to his Chris Brown-featured single “Put On.” From cruising down the street in the drop top to mobbin’ the streets with the neighborhood out, watch Menace & Breezy rep the West Coast & do their thing in this Dale "Rage" Restighini-directed clip above. Track available on iTunes.