Chris Brown Wants To Be A Rapper

It appears the short verse that [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Chris Brown[/lastfm] spit on his track “Look At Me Now” was only a preview of his hot rhymes to come in a rumored upcoming mixtape. Check out Breezy with [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Hudson Mohawke[/lastfm] in the video for his latest underground track “Real Hip Hop S*** #2” and judge for yourself whether or not this is a good idea.

Chris BrownReal Hip Hop S*** #2

It has become a tradition now for Chris Brown to videotape himself performing a random song and this time around he is keeping it completely hip hop without singing for once. There have been mixed feelings on Breezy’s rapping style and whether or not he’s clowning himself by attempting to change his sound mid-career, but then again the opposite could be said for [lastfm link_type=”artist_info”]Kanye West [/lastfm]wanting to sing back in 2008.

In the video for “Real Hip Hop S*** #2”, Breezy is shown walking down the street rapping at the camera, expressing a more hardcore style – if you ignore the verse talking about his skinny jeans.

The song is good but it still seems a little odd for Breezy to be rapping now, especially since he sports one of the best voices in the music game. There isn’t any official date for the release of this alleged mixtape but I’m sure his fans will be all over it whenever it hits the internet.

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