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Video Premiere: Chris Brown's 'Deuces' Feat. Tyga

May 24, 2010, 7:03 am GMT

A glossy, black-and-white clip which is directed by Colin Tilley and features Kevin McCall is debuted to promote Chris Brown's 'Deuces'.



Chris Brown has debuted a music video in support of his latest song "Deuces". With the Los Angeles river on the background, the R&B performer is seen delivering his verses with his two collaborators Tyga and Kevin McCall in this glossy, black-and-white clip which is directed by Colin Tilley.

"Deuces" is taken from Chris Brown's first mixtape "Fan of a Fan". "It's about you getting rid of this girl. You try to make it work, but you gotta move on," Tyga explained to MTV about the song. "So you basically put up one finger, then another and say, 'Deuces'."

In this mixtape, the ex-boyfriend of Rihanna also shows off his rap skills. "[In] '48 Bar Rap', that's Chris rappin'. Showing his rap skills," Tyga said. "Chris is a certified rapper. That's straight from Tyga at Young Money. Of course he's a great singer, but he does his little rap thing too."

Chris Brown's "Deuces" music video

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