Directed by Brown, the music video for Ink's first single shows a packed house party and skateboard exhibition.
Chris Brown assists Kid Ink in the up and coming rapper's music video for "Show Me". Not only Brown appeared as one of the party goers in a wild house party, he also put on the director's hat for the video that premiered on Vevo Monday, November 11.
There are two versions of the video. The first, which is on YouTube, comes with an extended intro of how Kid Ink and his friends passed out from smoking out of a giant vaporizer pen. The Vevo version cut it to Kid Ink waking up from an induced coma to find out that he was in the middle of a party. Brown meanwhile joined the party and got cozy with two ladies at one point.
The video continued with skateboarding exhibition by pro skaters like Nyjah Huston, Terry Kennedy, Fuzzy and Stevie William. It culminated with a dog on a skateboard.
"Show Me" is the lead single of Ink's second studio album "My Own Lane" which has been delayed for January 2014 release. Brown is due to release his supposed final album "X" on December 3.
Recalling how he came to collaborate with Brown, Kid told TheBoomBox.com, "I know before he had the record that it had a lot of single potential, but it just wasn't where it needed to be. When we linked up with Chris Brown, we played him the record and he kind of understood that. He put that extra... what the record needed to come to life."
He continued, "We knew that was the one even though we recorded three or four other songs that night. It wasn't really about having Chris Brown on it; it was more so the one with Chris Brown on it. It sounded amazing compared to the other records. It was a collective thing really. It wasn't really nothing to try to fight. We just vibed out and not fight the inevitable."
Kid Ink's "Show Me" (feat. Chris Brown) music video