Over the last few months, Chris Brown has been steadily releasing visuals for his forty track, double disc album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon. Previously he dropped a futuristic video for “Tempo” and then tapped Yo Gotti for the “Save It For Me” visuals. Now Chris is back to follow up both of those videos with his latest video offering for “Hope You Do.” Thus far delivering incredible visuals for each one of his singles.
The black and white Daniel CZ directed video provides a cinematic visual, reminiscent of his musical icon, Michael Jackson’s ‘Smooth Criminal.’ Chris Brown channels MJ by dancing through the night with his crew while donning a trench coat and fedora. Providing a film like feeling thanks to the excellent camera work.
Breezy is seen once again showcasing his talents as an entertainer in the heavily choreographed video for “Hope You Do.” During the opening scenes C Breezy performs his signature and MJ inspired moves on the stairs of a multi-story warehouse. Stripping down from his trench coat into a hoodie, Chris Brown shuts down the 2nd Street tunnel in downtown L.A. with a group of beautiful female dancers.
The “Hope You Do” visual dropped shy just a couple of weeks before his forthcoming “Heartbreak On A Full Moon” tour. The tour is slated to kick off on June 19th in Auburn, Washington before concluding on August 4th in Las Vegas.
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Written by: @MinneeTellsItAll