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.