Chris Brown Ditches R&B in New Rap Video
Chris Brown has been tapping into his inner rap star as of late. After the Virginia native released ‘Look At Me Now’–the Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes-assisted banger set to appear on his forthcoming album, ‘F.A.M.E’–it was apparent the entertainer had ditched his familiar crooning for some hot rhymes. Staying in tune with that track, CB recently appeared in a new video, ‘Hip Hop S–t,’ where he’s rapping once again.
The black-and-white clip showcases Chris walking in what appears to be an alleyway, with entourage in tow. Dressed in a hoodie and donning black frames, the 21-year-old performs some of his signature dance moves as he kicks a few bars.
“It’s relevant that I’m better than these veterans/ They sleeping on me like I’ve been giving ‘em sedatives/ Sometimes I wish I had better friends and better peers/ ‘Cause I know when that cheddar ends they disappear,” he raps over the headnodding boom bap.
After Breezy–as he’s referred to in the two-minute video–spits his verses, rapper K-Mac comes in to finish the track.
No word whether ‘Hip Hop S–t’ will appear on Chris Brown’s fourth studio album, ‘F.A.M.E.,’ set for release March 18.