The 'Fine China' singer will also be in Hawaii to headline the Power 104.3's Power Bash in Honolulu this weekend.
It has only been a few days since Chris Brown dropped the visuals for his Nicki Minaj-assisted track "Love More". Now, the 24-year-old rapper has revealed his plan to shoot a new music video for the next single off his upcoming "X" album.
The new single is called "Autumn Leaves". Serving as the music video director, Brown will shoot the video in Hawaii with fellow rapper Kendrick Lamar. "Directing next video 'Autumn Leaves' in Hawaii ft @kendricklamar," he tweeted on Thursday, August 22.
In an interview earlier this year, Brown described "Autumn Leaves" as a "read laid-back" but "also a substance" record. "It's basically saying [that] you put in so much to get so little. Whether it be in relationships or just in life, you work hard for something all the time and get so little, but you still hold on, like the last leaf in autumn," Brown said of the track.
Brown will also be in Hawaii to headline the Power 104.3's Power Bash in Honolulu this weekend.
In another Brown news, the "Fine China" hitmaker has also taken to Twitter to vent his frustration over his legal troubles. As reports said, Brown was court-ordered to complete 1,000 hours of community service stemming from an alleged hit-and-run accident he was involved in back in June.
"N***a done 6 months community service wit police and the DA racist ass crying to the judge that I didn't do it. F**k the SYSTEM!" he tweeted on Thursday night. "How about y'all take care of all the homeless kids and families on skid row? Promote helping people that are really f**ked up in your city! Family first! The LAW... last."