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Music Video: Wobble Up

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The video is finally here! Check out Chris Brown’s latest video, featuring Nicki Minaj and G Easy!

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Music Video: Jealous

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Chris is featured on DJ Khaled’s new album, Father of Asahd. The song is titled Jealous, and it also features Lil Wayne, and Big Sean. Stream the album on all platforms, and watch the video below.

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New Single: Undecided

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Last Friday, Chris released his new single, Undecided. This song is really dope! This is geared to be the first single off of Chris’s upcoming album, tentatively titled, “Indigo”. The song samples Shanice’s “I Love Your Smile“, a song that topped the Billboard charts in 1991. Along with the song release, Chris released the video, which was directed by Chris himself. The video features Empire star, Serayah. The video has received more than 10M views over the weekend.

To accompany the new single, news broke about Chris’ new deal with RCA Records, where Chris’s music will be released under Chris Brown Entertainment, under exclusive license with RCA Records. With the new deal, Chris will now be one of the youngest artist to own his masters.

In a statement from the RCA, “This new deal structure between Brown and RCA Records, will undoubtedly enhance the release of new Chris Brown music, content, and much more throughout 2019 and beyond.

Check out the video below, and make sure you purchase and stream the single on your favorite streaming platform.

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New Video: Love You Better

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Chris Brown just dropped a video for his feature with King Combs, “Love You Better“.

Directed by Andrew Sandler, King Combs and Breezy pay homage to the 1994 classic “One More Chance” by The Notorious B.I.G. Not only did the young hyphenate nab DJ Khaled to recreate Heavy D’s memorable scene, but he also pulled NBA star Jaylen Brown to help paint the quintessential ’90s flick for today’s generation.

It was iconic to have such an influential artist in the hip-hop game today such as DJ Khaled embody the modern day Heavy D in the music video while featuring pop culture figures such as Jaylen Brown and my brother Justin,” King Combs tells Billboard about his “Love You Better” video.

[They] reminded me why I have made it my mission to bridge the gap between the new and old generations of music. I want people to know the ’90s music scene will continue to inspire todays’ top hits across genres but will always need to include unique and modern sounds. It was also amazing to have all of CYN and friends be a part of the real party vibe while being able to share this incredible experience in my career with them.

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