Breezy yearns for simpler times before he became a worldwide-touring A-lister in this new documentary video.
R'n'B/hip-hop superstar Chris Brown debuts a new music video for the track entitled "Home", reportedly a cut off his forthcoming sixth album set to be released later this year. The documentary music video features footage from his 2012 Carpe Diem world tour, particularly his performances in Frankfurt, Dubai, Amsterdam and Paris.
"I am excited to announce the world premiere of #Home, a new docu-video from my world tour! #TeamBreezy, check it out," Breezy tweeted to his hordes of followers. In the clip, Brown sings about yearning of going back to his old life, the one he used to live before he became a rich and famous music superstar, living the fast life of a jet-setting entertainer riding private yachts and partying in clubs.
The profanity-laden track speaks a lot about Brown's resentment towards his haters, calling them out with "Now everyday they wanna say s****/ That's when I say f*** you!" With all the craziness that's supposedly going on around him, including the violence-related controversies he's been involved in, Breezy longs for simpler times. "I guess that I'm a superstar now/ But I wish that I could go back/ Cause the money don't mean a thing when everybody changin', praying with their hands out," he sings.
Brown got embroiled in a parking lot brawl with fellow Grammy nominee Frank Ocean a few days before they were set to attend the big awards ceremony. At the event, Breezy sat next to Rihanna and noticeably stayed seated when the crowd gave a standing ovation to Ocean as he walked up onstage after edging out Brown for the Best Urban Contemporary Album award.
Chris Brown's "Home" Music Video