Brown puts his creative talents behind the camera and shows off his thirst for blood in the new Goth-inspired music video.
Chris Brown is unstoppable when it comes to having great ideas about what people want to see on his music videos. The highly-talented rapper and music producer co-directed his video "Turn Up the Music" and is now putting his auteur visions in the new music video "Red" for U.G.L.Y., a group signed to his music label.
On the set, elaborate scenes of Goth-inspired production design and effects make every spectator wonder what the final visuals will look like for the video. Brown recently uploaded photos of the shoot on his Twitter account and they showed very provocative set ups, with model Stormi Henley scantily clad and drenched in blood. Another intriguing imagery featured Henley in an all-white gown, emoting in front of a Lamborghini covered again in blood.
The R&B, hip hop star-turned auteur seems to be equally excited about directing U.G.L.Y.'s music video as creating his own clips for his music. He is known to be a very hands-on musician and certainly loves conveying bold and provocative aesthetics in his works. "I want to make sure that every artist I work with is happy and they get a fair chance because we doing all the work," said Brown in an interview with Rap-Up.
U.G.L.Y. stands for Underneath Greatness Lies You and is one of the several great artists under Chris Brown Entertainment. Release date for the "Red" video is yet to be announced.