Chris Brown Hits Water Park for Epic Pool Party in 'Pills and Automobiles' Video


Chris Brown Hits Water Park for Epic Pool Party in 'Pills and Automobiles' Video


The 'Loyal' hitmaker heads to a water park to throw a summer party with a number of bikini-clad girls in the vibrant video.
A few days after releasing a music video for dancehall-tinged "Questions", Chris Brown released a visuals for "Pills & Automobiles", a track off his upcoming double-disc project "Heartbreak on a Full Moon". The colorful clip finds Breezy and his collaborators, Kodak Black, Yo Gotti and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, having fun with scantily-clad girls in a water park.

The R&B superstar is having some summery fun with a crew of dancers. In a shallow pool in the middle of the water park, he splashes and shows off some dance moves through his energetic choreography while bikini-clad models twerk under the sun and enjoy some adventurous rides.

Rocking his Roc-A-Fella chain, Yo Gotti pops up in the clip, flirting with some stunners while spitting his verse. Later, A Boogie joins in on the fun as he sits on a floatie while holding a water gun, surrounded by sexy girls. Kodak Black is having a party of his own elsewhere, riding an orange ATV with a gorgeous woman.



Chris Brown is currently gearing up for the release of his ninth studio album. Laced with forty tracks, the highly-anticipated album, which is the follow-up to 2015's "Royalty", will arrive on Halloween, October 31. Breezy worked on "Heartbreak on a Full Moon" for almost two years, even during his extensive "Party Tour".

He first announced the effort on May 1 last year via Instagram. He revealed the album title and announced the first single off the set, "Grass Ain't Greener", which arrived on May 5, 2016. The second single, "Party", was released on December 16, 2016, while the third, "Privacy", arrived on March 24, 2017.

"I thought 'Heartbreak on a Full Moon' was a depiction of what my soul wanted to say. It's funny because we're doing a double album," he previously said of the album. "I've done so many records, but all of the records, to me, are personal favorites and I feel like it gets what I want to say across. It gives a vibe. You get nostalgia or you get a sense of individuality."


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