Chris Brown Takes Us To A Technicolor Dancerie For ‘Questions’

Chris Brown is bringing reggae vibes on his latest single, "Questions," a track from his eighth solo LP, Heartbreak On A Full Moon. In "Questions" we get a dancehall-lite single, which borrows heavily from Kevin Lyttle's 2009 hit "Turn Me On." Unfortunately, "Questions" adds nothing new to the musical landscape except another watered down reggae single on the radio. We likely won't add it to our playlists, but the music video may get some more play.

For the "Questions" visual, Brown creates a technicolor dancerie with limber dancers of both sexes who break nary a sweat. The clip filled with nuff twerking, gyrating and body rolling as our eyes struggle to keep up with all of the action and the director's quick cuts. We can already see Chris taking this dancehall routine on the road and to an awards show near you in the future. The choreography is impeccable even if the song isn't.

When he's not tearing up the dance floor, Chris is telling his own story. He just released the documentary Chris Brown: Welcome To My Life, where he discusses everything from the start of his career, his relationship with Rihanna, that night and more. Chris Brown's Heartbreak On A Full Moon will be released on October 31st, but if "Questions" is any indication of what we can expect, we can definitely wait. However, if "Questions" does it for you, support the song with a purchase from your favorite digital retailer. Take a peek at the video below to see if it'll have you dancing along or sitting next to us wishing for more.

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  • Lucy

    Um, y'all know Chris Brown beats women, right? Why are you promoting him?


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