[Music Video Premiere] Chris Brown Might Be Full Of Rage, But He’s One Of The ‘Beautiful People’
Everyone knows that “Yeah 3x” hottie, [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Chris Brown[/lastfm], hates talking about his alleged altercation with [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Rihanna[/lastfm]. Everyone, it seems, but Good Morning America.
This morning, Brown blew off a little steam by getting vicious on some windows at Good Morning America after being asked his least favorite question in the world.
This afternoon, Brown releases the video for his dance-club fist-pumper “Beautiful People.” Is it all publicity ploy? The world will never know.
“Beautiful People” isn’t anything too exciting, beyond the cameos from the likes of [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Timbaland[/lastfm] and [lastfm link_type="artist_info"]Pharrell[/lastfm].
There is no major theme to it; it’s basically just Chris Brown and his “awesome” friends working in the studio and terrorizing the streets of Hollywood on their (people still use these?) razor scooters.
Here’s the thing–Brown is an awesome dancer and he’s obviously good-looking. But will his continuing anger issues and wildly indiscriminate vocal talents (sometimes he’s hot and sometimes he’s not ) take him to the next level as an artist?
According to Brown, all the media really needs is some positivity, which he claims is reflective in his video for “Beautiful People.”
Beautiful People video is out!!! It's about uplifting one another and positivity!!!—
Chris Brown (@chrisbrown) March 22, 2011
What do you think? Is Chris Brown talented enough to cope with all the negative publicity? Is his video a good showcase for the “beautiful people?”
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