The 'fans-tribute' video features booty dance of some females and Breezy pumping up the crowd in a live gig.
Following his reign on Billboard Hot 200 last week, Chris Brown filmed a viral video for "Spend It All" as a tribute to his devotees, and debuted it this week. Shots of scantily-clad women performing booty dances to the camera are inserted in between scenes of his live performances.
"I got the pop songs, I got the urban records," Breezy said when talking about the No. 1 album at the beginning of the video. "I always like to do all kinds of music, so now, I got to give y'all the strip club record. I would advise 18 and up to watch this."
"F.A.M.E." was released in the United States on March 22, and was celebrated by a series of TV appearances including on "Good Morning America". He topped Billboard Hot 200 by selling around 270,000 copies with the album, scoring her first No. 1 effort in the U.S. albums chart.
Chris Brown's "Spend It All" music video