Chris Brown Does Michael Jackson on New MV “Turn Up The Music”

Posted: February 18, 2012 in Fresh Music, Music News
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 The year 2011 has been a good year for R&B singer Chris Brown‘s music for career with the success of his recent album F.A.M.E. that was released March 2011 under Jive Records. Now, Brown is back with his upcoming 5th studio album “Fortune“. The new album is set to be released March 16, 2012. So fans have something to look forward to next month! Brown released the buzz single “Strip” for the new album last November 18, 2011 followed by the lead single “Turn Up The Music” that was released digitally February 14, 2012. 

Written and produced by Harvey Manson, Jr. Fuego and Damon Thomas of The Underdogs,, the song “Turn Up The Music” was first heard online January 26 and was given to some radio stations in US. It’s an electronic -pop club song with some percussion and synthesizers which is mostly used by DJ’s and other artists for club sound music.

As for the music video, Chris Brown released the MV for the new single yesterday, Feb. 17 and received good feebacks from critics comparing the new music video to his other hits. It was also compared to some hits of LMFAO and David Guetta that has the same taste when it comes to club-ish music. On the other hand, Chris has showed a little “Michael Jackson” on the video wearing black t-shirt, white high waist pants and a white fedora. The dance steps are also so great! You can really see how great Chris Brown is when it comes to dancing. Definitely a total performer! The video was co-directed by Godfrey Taberez and Brown and produced by Andrew Listermann of Riveting Entertainment.

Watch Chris Brown’s new music video “Turn Up The Music” off of his upcoming 5th album “Fortune” out this March! Buy “Turn Up The Music” on iTunes.




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