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Behind the Video: Sevyn Streeter f/ Chris Brown – ‘It Won’t Stop’

Posted in Chris Brown, Permalink, Rap-Up.com, Video shoots with tags , , , on October 11, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Sevyn Streeter hits the beach in the sexy video for “It Won’t Stop” featuring Chris Brown. The R&B songstress is a vision in white as she dances on the sand and cuddles up to Portland Trail Blazers forward Dorell Wright, who plays her leading man in the Brown-directed clip.

“He was just a nice piece of chocolate to work with that day,” said Sevyn of her dreamy co-star.

She bared the freezing temps while riding in a Jeep and gathered around a bonfire with her friends, puppy, and Breezy. Her mother and fellow singer-songwriter Lonny Bereal also came out to support.

The CBE/Atlantic signee will hit the road with K. Michelle on the “Rebellious Soul” tour starting Nov. 4 and will release her first EP Call Me Crazy, But… to digital retailers on Nov. 5.

Sevyn is also offering relationship advice via the “Call Me Crazy, But… Hotline.” Fans can call 773-43-CRAZY to share their craziest relationship stories and receive a chance to get a call back, text message, or voicemail from Sevyn.

The full video will premiere Thursday on “106 & Park.” Go behind the scenes exclusively via Rap-Up.com.

Tyga and Chris Brown Shoot ‘For the Road’ Video

Posted in Chris Brown, Permalink, Photos, Tyga, Video shoots with tags , , , , , on May 1, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Fresh from Disneyland, Tyga went in front of the cameras to shoot a video for his new single “For the Road” on Sunday.

The Young Money rapper linked up with Chris Brown and director Colin Tilley on the all-white-everything set. Tyga sat on a bed in a white room with a white dog in one scene, while Breezy sported sparkly Donald J Pliner loafers.

The song is the latest single off Tyga’s album Hotel California, which debuted at No. 7 this week.

He will head overseas to kick off his “Hotel California” European tour on April 30 in Germany.

On Set of Sean Kingston’s ‘Beat It’ Video with Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa

Posted in Chris Brown, Permalink, Photos, Rap-Up.com, Sean Kingston, Video shoots, Wiz Khalifa with tags , , , , , on March 26, 2013 by breezyworld2

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Sean Kingston brought the party to Malibu while shooting the Colin Tilley-directed video for his summer smash “Beat It” on Saturday. The 23-year-old singer was joined by his friends Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa, who are featured on his Back 2 Life single.

The fellas filmed scenes at a mansion overlooking the coastline. Breezy and Sean chilled poolside while taking in the sunset. In another scene, a leather-clad Kington posed in front a million-dollar Lamborghini Reventón.

“‘Beat It’ Video is A Wrapp!!!! Thanks to all the beautiful ladies that was on set and shout out to my dude Colin Tiley For Making It A Movie,” tweeted Kingston.

Check out some pics from the set below.

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The Game Shoots ‘Ali Bomaye’ Video with Chris Brown, 2 Chainz

Posted in 2 Chainz, Chris Brown, Game, Permalink, Photos, Rap-Up.com, Video shoots with tags , , , , , , on February 20, 2013 by breezyworld2

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While his peers were recovering from NBA All-Star Weekend, The Game got back to work, shooting a video for “Ali Bomaye” on Monday. Fresh from Houston, Chris Brown and 2 Chainz joined him on set in L.A.

Breezy posed on the hood of a Rolls-Royce Phantom while making his cameo, while 2 Chainz shot his scene in a warehouse.

The song, which features 2 Chainz and Rick Ross, appears on Game’s latest album Jesus Piece. He shot scenes with Rozay earlier this month.

Game challenged 2 Chainz to a game of dice before he jetted back to ATL. “All I’m gone say is he travelling a little lighter back to the ‘A’ ha ha ha,” joked Game.

Check out more pics from the set below.

Chris Brown Calls ‘Turn Up the Music’ Video His Best Yet

Posted in Rap-Up.com, Turn Up the Music, Video shoots with tags , , on February 2, 2012 by breezyworld2

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Chris Brown was back in action, shooting a video for his club anthem “Turn Up the Music” on Wednesday (Feb. 1) in Los Angeles. The R&B superstar performed double duty, co-directing and starring in the dance-heavy clip, which he called his best video yet.

“I’ll let you guys judge but this Turn Up the music video hands down is probably my best video by far!!!” he told Team Breezy.

Several photos from the shoot surfaced online. Breezy was photographed in the passenger seat of a classic car in one scene, standing shirtless on top of a vehicle with his hipster crew in another. Dancers covered their faces with wild masks and hip-hop trio The Rej3ctz made a cameo before the shoot wrapped around 4 a.m. on Thursday.

The electro-dance record, written and produced by The Underdogs and Fuego, serves as the second single from Chris’ fifth album Fortune, due this spring.

Keri Hilson & Chris Brown Film ‘One Night Stand’ Video

Posted in KeriHilson, OneNightStand, Video shoots, Videos with tags , , , on March 23, 2011 by breezyworld2

Keri Hilson’s video for ‘One Night Stand (Ft. Chris Brown)’ could not have come at a better time. With the song leaping up the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop chart (currently positioned at #68 after only 2 weeks), ‘Pretty Girl Rock’ experiencing renewed popularity and Brown at the centre of media attention, the Colin Tilley-directed clip is almost a guaranteed hit.

Look below for more shots from the visual courtesy of YourMusicMyWorld:

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Behind the Video: Big Sean f/ Chris Brown – ‘My Last’

Posted in Appearance, Behind The Scenes, Big Sean, Chrisbrown!, featured songs, Rap-Up.com, Video shoots, Videos with tags , , , , , , on March 18, 2011 by breezyworld2


Big Sean headed to the Hollywood Hills with Chris Brown to film the music video for “My Last,” the first single off his debut Finally Famous, in stores May 3. The TAJ-directed clip, which features a cameo from Sean’s G.O.O.D. Music labelmate Kid Cudi, focuses on the struggle that each artist faced in coming from the bottom to the top.

“The whole concept of the video, it’s not just no regular party shit. We up in the hills. The song is a monumental song. It is a party record, but at the same time, it’s lettin’ people know we worked for this shit,” explained Sean. “We reflecting back on life. You’re gonna see a lot of scenes from how I was grinding to get here and that’s what a lot of people leave out. Then you’re gonna see how it is now, how we’re living now.”

Big Sean: BTS Of “My Last” Featuring Chris Brown from Young Sav + Steve-O on Vimeo.

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