In 'Superhuman' music video, Chris Brown is seen saving Keri Hilson from a deadly car accident.
Chris Brown has premiered a music video to promote his Keri Hilson-featuring song "Superhuman". Directed by Erick White, the video starts rolling on with a scene where Brown and Hilson performing the single while walking on the sidewalk of a town. When crossing the road, Hilson is almost killed on a car crash but Brown saves her on the last minute.
"Superhuman" is an Oak-produced single from Brown's album "Exclusive: The Forever Edition", which has been dropped since June. The W. Felder and J. Faunteroy II-written song peaked at number 15 on New Zealand RIANZ (Recording Industry Association of New Zealand) Singles chart since it's released in late September.
In related news, Brown has been nominated as "Favorite Male Artist" at 2008 American Music Awards, facing off Kid Rock and Usher. The 19-year-old R&B singer is also listed on the category of "Artist of the Year" with Lil Wayne, Alicia Keys, Eagles, and Coldplay. Winners from the awards will be announced on Sunday, November 23 during a ceremony held at Los Angeles' NOKIA Theatre. Jonas Brothers, Pink, Rihanna, Ne-Yo, Taylor Swift, The Pussycat Dolls, and New Kids on the Block are lined up to make live performances at the 36th annual ceremony, which will be broadcast live on ABC at 8/7c.
Chris Brown's "Superhuman" music video featuring Keri Hilson: