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In the music video directed by Joseph Kahn, the 'No Guidance' crooner is caught in a dance battle with a group of kids, another version of himself and a giant robot.

AceShowbiz - Chris Brown has finally released "Iffy" along with its visuals. In the music video directed by Joseph Kahn, the "No Guidance" singer shows off his dancing skills while racing through the streets of Los Angeles.

The footage, which arrived on Friday, January 14, opens with the 32-year-old R&B star waiting for his friends in a car while they steal something from a property. After fleeing the scene, he's caught in a dance battle with a group of kids.

Another Brown then joins in. They later fight each other with lightsabers. As he wins the brawl, the crooner gives the stolen bag to his final boss. The clip ends with him dancing alongside a giant transformer.

"Pinky ring worth 'bout two-fifty/ Two-tone my Lambo', that's drippy/ Bottle after bottle, now she tipsy/ Can't trust these h*es 'cause they iffy," he sings in the chorus. "I know that your best friend gon' slide now/ Party at my house, that's a vibe now/ Ballin' on these hoes like LeBron now/ She spittin' off the top, that's a freestyle."

As he released the visuals, Brown announced that "NEW ERA HAS BEGUN !!!!" Sharing a snippet of the music video on Instagram, he also told his online devotees, "THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO BELIEVES IN ME !!! THANKFUL FOR MY TEAM AND TEAM BREEZY."

The Grammy Award-winning artist has been teasing "Iffy" for around two weeks. Earlier this month, @GOTCITYTEA Twitter page reported that he would release a new song on the day his alleged baby mama Diamond Brown gives birth to their child.

It is unclear whether Diamond has delivered the baby. Neither she nor the ex-boyfriend of Rihanna confirmed that they're expecting a child together. The speculation itself has been circulating on social media since November 2021.

Baby's arrival aside, "Iffy" serves as the first single off Brown's forthcoming tenth studio album, "Breezy". The record, which is a follow-up to his 2019's "Indigo", is slated to be released later this year.

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