The clip opens in an office space. Brown emerges from the cubical village as a rambunctious worker in a suit with a gold chain and gold-teeth grin. When he gets on the elevator, he connects with Big Sean and Wiz.
From there, the three party animals hop in a Snoop Dogg-chauffeured convertible down the boulevard to a stoner party. Inside, Method Man and Redman play the role of human fog machines.
Brown pledged that he would drop the video via Twitter on Wednesday, May 29: “‘Till I Die’ video coming soon!,” he tweeted. “More music, more inspiration!”
Before the Memorial Day weekend, Brown released videos for “Sweet Love” and “Mercy.” One was a sultry love song (“Sweet Love”) while the other was a freestyle over Kanye West’s “Mercy,” which played to Chris Brown’s street rap ambitions.
You can watch the video for “Till I Die” here.
-E. Parker, CBS Local
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