Chris Brown dies for his country in the emotionally-charged video for "Don't Judge Me," the fifth single to come from his fifth studio album, Fortune. The blonde crooner travels solo in the desert on a mission to save the planet.

Between cuts of Brown singing beside his solemn-faced girlfriend on a couch, he arrives at a naval base, dressed in gear to prepare him to board an airship. A reporter -- the same woman who was seated beside him on the couch -- questions his choice to go on a suicide mission. His response: "I'm doing a service for my country and my planet. If that means saving the people I love and I care about, then that's what I'll do."

Witness the Virginia native get into character and shed some tears in the Collin Tilley-co-directed clip below.

Watch Chris Brown's "Don't Judge Me" Video

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