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Chris Brown Beats His Foes in '12 Strands: Matrix' Music Video

September 28, 2010 (4:39 am) GMT
The mini movie sees Chris Brown exploring his skill in karate and doing impressive maneuvers to fight his enemies.
Chris Brown Beats His Foes in '12 Strands: Matrix' Music Video

An action-packed mini movie for 's "12 Strands: Matrix" has been debuted in full, featuring the R&B performer fighting for his life. He is throwing punches and kicking a** in the Collin Tilley-directed clip which was released as a "pay-per-view" video on his official blog, MechanicalDummy.com.

A percentage of the proceeds will be donated to Brown's Symphonic Love Foundation. It aims to provide support and funding for a wide variety of music and arts programs dedicated to the artistic development of children and youth while striving to promote an awareness of philanthropy by encouraging volunteerism and every day respect and kindness to others.

Chris Brown is currently preparing a new album titled "" which stands for "Forgiving All My Enemies." One of the singles in the upcoming record has been released last week. It's a dance track titled "Yeah 3x", but he was unfortunately backlashed by some music fans due to recording some beats which are similar to ' "I'm Not Alone".

The album hasn't got any release date, but Brown posted on Twitter earlier this year that it "will come out in 2011 or sooner."

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