AceShowbiz - Don't expect Chris Brown to showcase his beautiful vocals this time. The Virginia-born singer has unveiled a collaborative track with rapper Joyner Lucas called "Stranger Things" along with its music video treatment. In the track, Brown displays his rapping skill instead of singing.
The visuals for the party banger opens with a neighbor calling two policemen to inspect the two artists' pest control truck as it jerks violently. "There's a party going on in this truck," so the neighbor tells the police. The scene then changes to reveal what happens earlier in the day, showing Brown and Lucas rocking their pest control jumpsuits as they head to the said truck.
Brown and Lucas are supposed to be working. Instead, they pick up a few beautiful women before having fun partying in the truck. "You better be sure, better be sure/ I'm the realest n***a, that I know/ And I'm so bored, I might switch cars," they rap. "Save a lotta money on Geico/ And neighbors knockin' on my door, what the f**k you want?"
Towards the end of the clip, both Lucas and Brown are confronted by the police. But one of the policemen recognizes Brown, leading Lucas to ask them, "How about me? Do you know who I am?" In the end, the policemen join Brown and Lucas at the party, dancing with the women.
The track, which is inspired by Netflix's popular series "Stranger Things", is the lead track off Brown and Lucas' forthcoming joint project "Angels & Demons". Lucas teased the project earlier this year, writing on Twitter, "You ever heard Michael Jackson rap? Lol well Me and @chrisbrown got a lot of the heat in the oven. No bulls**t tho,, breezy mite be my new favorite rapper. You'll see."
"Angels & Demons" is expected to make its way out later this year.