Chris Brown and Justin Bieber ‘Next 2 You’ Released on Muzu.tvBy Muzu.tv, PRNE
Wednesday, June 22, 2011
LONDON, June 23, 2011 -
Infamous R&B legend Chris Brown and pop’s leading man Justin
Bieber have collaborated on Brown’s newest single ‘ href="www.muzu.tv/chrisbrown/playlists/chris-brown-ft-justin-bieber-next-2-you-music-video/995361">
Next 2 You‘, which is now taking centre stage on leading href="www.muzu.tv/gb/?locale=en">music video site
Muzu.tv. The epic video features the duo attempting to reunite
with their loved ones amidst an apocalyptic New York.
More than just a video, ‘Next 2 You’ takes the form of a mini
movie and sees both Brown and Bieber dipping into acting under the
guidance of director Colin Tilley. The pair, negotiating the
collapsing world surrounding them, performs from rooftops and
wastelands and search their way amongst the chaos.
Penned by Brown and Amber Streeter (from R&B group
RichGirl), the track is taken from Brown’s forth coming album
F.A.M.E and is the second collaboration between him and Beiber
after the pair previously joined forces on Beiber’s single
Brown has told the press that
Bieber was ‘incredible’, even though he stood the young singer
up when they were supposed to record the track. Brown said ‘I
actually stood him up on accident. He was kind of mad… I was all
the way on the other side of town handling some business - girl
business - and I was rushing back, and by that time, he’s like,
‘Man, I’m leaving, bro’.
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