Chris Brown videography

Chris Brown is an American R&B singer-songwriter and actor who has appeared in many music videos. His videography consists of 89 music videos (including 113 as a featured artist), eighteen guest appearances, four video albums, six film appearances and four television appearances. Brown's first music video was for his debut single "Run It!", taken from his self-titled debut album. Directed by Erik White, the video "introduced the world" to Brown's dance moves.[1][2] White and Brown directed the accompanying music video for the second single "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)", which made reference to Michael Jackson.[2][3] Some of Brown's other videos have been noted for its similarities to Jackson's work, including his music videos for "Wall to Wall" (2007), "Yeah 3x" (2010), "She Ain't You" (2011) and "Turn Up the Music" (2012).[2][4][5][6] In 2007, Brown made his acting debut in the film, Stomp the Yard, as Duron.[7] That same year, he also appeared in This Christmas as Michael "Baby" Whitfield. Brown's music video for the single "Forever" (2008) was directed by Joseph Kahn and was "highly regarded as one of the best videos of 2008".[2][8] It earned Brown three nominations at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards in the categories of Best Dancing in a Video, Best Choreography and Video of the Year.[2]

Joseph Kahn also directed the music videos for the singles "I Can Transform Ya" and "Crawl", taken from Brown's third studio album Graffiti (2009).[9][10] In 2010, Brown appeared in the film, Takers, as Jesse Attica. Which he produced as well[11] His music video for "Look at Me Now" (from his fourth studio album F.A.M.E.) was well received by critics for displaying various colors and intricate routines performed by Brown and several dancers.[12][13] It won Video of the Year at the 2011 BET Awards.[14] Colin Tilley directed the video for "Next to You" — a collaboration with Justin Bieber, which was set in a post-apocalyptic environment.[15] The music video for "Beautiful People" featured personal footage of Brown's everyday life and cameo appearances from Diddy, Brandy, Bow Wow, T-Pain, Nelly and Timbaland, among others.[16][17] In 2012, Brown starred in the film, Think Like a Man, as Alex.[18]

Music videos edit

As lead artist edit

Year Title Album Director(s)
2002 "Whose Girl Is That" C. Sizzle
2005 "Run It!" (featuring Juelz Santana) Chris Brown Erik White[1]
"Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" Erik White, Chris Brown[3]
2006 "Gimme That (Remix)" (featuring Lil Wayne) Erik White[19]
"Say Goodbye" Jessy Terrero[20]
2007 "Wall to Wall" Exclusive Erik White, Chris Brown[21][22]
"Wall to Wall (Remix)" (featuring Jadakiss)
"Kiss Kiss" (featuring T-Pain)
"This Christmas" This Christmas soundtrack Chris Brown[23]
"With You" Exclusive Erik White, Chris Brown[24]
2008 "Take You Down" Harvey White[25]
"Forever" Joseph Kahn[8]
"Superhuman" (featuring Keri Hilson) Erik White[26]
2009 "I Can Transform Ya" (featuring Lil Wayne and Swizz Beatz) Graffiti Joseph Kahn[9][10]
2010 "Holla At Me" (with Tyga) Fan of a Fan Alex Nazari
"G Shit" (with Tyga)
"Deuces" (featuring Tyga and Kevin McCall) Fan of a Fan and F.A.M.E. Colin Tilley[27][28][29][30]
"No Bullshit"
"Yeah 3x" F.A.M.E.
2011 "Matrix"
"Real Hip Hop Shit" (featuring Kevin McCall) Boy in Detention
"Look at Me Now" (featuring Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes) F.A.M.E. Colin Tilley
"Beautiful People" (featuring Benny Benassi) Chris Brown, Esteban Serrano De Leon
"Real Hip Hop Shit #4" (featuring Kevin McCall) Boy in Detention
"Spend It All" (featuring Se7en and Kevin McCall)
"Last" Godfrey Tabarez
"She Ain't You" F.A.M.E. Colin Tilley[31]
"Should've Kissed You" Godfrey Tabarez
"Your Body" Boy in Detention
"Next to You" (featuring Justin Bieber) F.A.M.E. Colin Tilley[15]
"All About You"
"Yoko" (featuring Berner, Wiz Khalifa and Big K.R.I.T.) Boy in Detention Godfrey Tabarez, Tha Razor
"Niggas in Paris" (featuring T-Pain) Godfrey Tabarez
"Strip" (featuring Kevin McCall) Boy in Detention and Fortune Colin Tilley[32]
2012 "Turn Up the Music" Fortune Godfrey Taberez, Chris Brown[33]
"How I Feel" Godfrey Tabarez
"Mercy (Remix)" Colin Tilley
"Sweet Love" Fortune Godfrey Taberez, Chris Brown[34]
"Till I Die" (featuring Big Sean and Wiz Khalifa) Chris Brown[35]
"Don't Wake Me Up" Colin Tilley[36]
"Don't Judge Me"
2013 "Home" David Alan[37]
"Fine China" X Chris Brown, Sylvain White
"Don't Think They Know" (featuring Aaliyah) Chris Brown[38]
"Love More" (featuring Nicki Minaj)
2014 "Loyal" (featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga)
"New Flame" (featuring Usher and Rick Ross)
"Don't Be Gone Too Long" (featuring Ariana Grande)
2015 "Autumn Leaves" (featuring Kendrick Lamar) Colin Tilley
"Ayo" (with Tyga) Fan of a Fan: The Album
"Bitches N Marijuana" (with Tyga featuring Schoolboy Q)
"Liquor" / "Zero" Royalty Chris Brown
"Fine by Me"
"Back to Sleep"
"Wrist" (featuring Solo Lucci)
"Anyway" (featuring Tayla Parx)
"Picture Me Rollin'"
"Little More (Royalty)"
2016 "Grass Ain't Greener" Heartbreak on a Full Moon
"Party" (featuring Usher and Gucci Mane)
2017 "Privacy"
"Pills & Automobiles" (featuring Yo Gotti, A Boogie wit da Hoodie and Kodak Black)
"High End" (featuring Future and Young Thug) Chris Brown, Spiff TV
2018 "Tempo" Chris Brown
"Stranger Things" (with Joyner Lucas) Joyner Lucas, Ben Proulx
"I Don't Die" (with Joyner Lucas)
"Hope You Do" Heartbreak on a Full Moon Chris Brown, Daniel CZ
"To My Bed"
2019 "Undecided" Indigo Chris Brown, Arrad
"Just Let Go" (with Joyner Lucas) Joyner Lucas, Ben Proulx
"Back to Love" Indigo Chris Brown
"Wobble Up" (featuring Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy) Chris Brown, Arrad
"No Guidance" (featuring Drake) Chris Robinson
"Heat" (featuring Gunna) Edgar Esteves, Chris Brown
2020 "Go Crazy" (with Young Thug) Slime & B Mat Fuller
"Say You Love Me" (with Young Thug)
"City Girls" (with Young Thug) Jake Miosge
2021 "Go Crazy (Remix)" (with Young Thug featuring Lil Durk, Mulatto and Future) Daps
2022 "Iffy" Breezy Joseph Kahn
"WE (Warm Embrace)" Arrad
"C.A.B. (Catch a Body)" (featuring Fivio Foreign) Damien Sandoval
"Call Me Every Day" (featuring Wizkid) Child
"Under the Influence" Indigo
"It's Giving Christmas" Breezy - It's Giving Christmas
"No Time Like Christmas"
2023 "Psychic" (featuring Jack Harlow) Breezy Cameron Dean
"Talm' Bout" Travis Colbert
"Summer Too Hot" 11:11 Christian Breslauer
"Sensational" (featuring Davido and Lojay) Child
"Nightmares" (featuring Byron Messia) Travis Colbert

As featured artist edit

Year Title Album Director(s)
2006 "Shortie Like Mine" (Bow Wow featuring Chris Brown and Johntá Austin) The Price of Fame Bryan Barber[39]
2008 "Shawty Get Loose" (Lil Mama featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain) VYP (Voice of the Young People) R. Malcolm Jones[40]
"No Air" (with Jordin Sparks) Jordin Sparks Chris Robinson[41]
"Get Like Me" (David Banner featuring Chris Brown) The Greatest Story Ever Told Ulysses Terrero, Kai Henry[42]
"What Them Girls Like" (Ludacris featuring Chris Brown and Sean Garrett) Theater of the Mind Chris Robinson[43]
"Head of My Class" (Scooter Smiff featuring Chris Brown) Erik White[44]
"Make the World Go Round" (Nas featuring Chris Brown and The Game) Untitled Nas album Chris Robinson[45]
2009 "Freeze" (T-Pain featuring Chris Brown) Thr33 Ringz Syndrome[46]
"Better on the Other Side" (with The Game, Diddy, DJ Khalil, Polow da Don, Mario Winans, Usher and Boyz II Men) Taydoe[47]
"Stronger" (Mary J. Blige features background vocals by Chris Brown and Ester Dean) Music Inspired by More than a Game Anthony Mandler
"Drop It Low" (Ester Dean featuring Chris Brown) Joseph Kahn[48]
"Back to the Crib" (Juelz Santana featuring Chris Brown) Chris Robinson[49]
2010 "Make a Movie" (Twista featuring Chris Brown) The Perfect Storm Colin Tilley[50][51]
"Ain't Thinkin' 'Bout You" (Bow Wow featuring Chris Brown) Fan of a Fan
"Get Back Up" (T.I. featuring Chris Brown) No Mercy Maya Table[52][53]
"Green Goblin" (Jae Millz featuring Chris Brown) Dead Presidents Antwan Smith
"Champion" (Chipmunk featuring Chris Brown) Transition and F.A.M.E. Colin Tilley[54][55][56]
2011 "Another Planet" (Jawan Harris featuring Chris Brown)
"Wonder Woman" (Tyga featuring Chris Brown) Well Done Alex Nazari
"Yesterday" (Diddy – Dirty Money featuring Chris Brown) Last Train to Paris Colin Tilley
"One Night Stand" (Keri Hilson featuring Chris Brown) No Boys Allowed
"My Last" (Big Sean featuring Chris Brown) Finally Famous TAJ Stansberry[57]
"Best Love Song" (T-Pain featuring Chris Brown) Revolver Erik White[58]
"Better with the Lights Off" (New Boyz featuring Chris Brown) Too Cool to Care Colin Tilley[59]
"Snapbacks Back" (Tyga featuring Chris Brown) Well Done 2 and Boy In Detention Alex Nazari
"Pot of Gold" (Game featuring Chris Brown) The R.E.D. Album Bryan Barber[60]
"Body 2 Body" (Ace Hood featuring Chris Brown) Blood, Sweat & Tears Dayo[61]
"International Love" (Pitbull featuring Chris Brown) Planet Pit Dave Rousseau[62]
"Another Round" (Fat Joe featuring Chris Brown) Colin Tilley[63]
2012 "Why Stop Now" (Busta Rhymes featuring Chris Brown) Hype Williams[64]
"Right by My Side" (Nicki Minaj featuring Chris Brown) Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded Benny Boom[65]
"Amazing" (David Banner featuring Chris Brown) Sex, Drugs & Video Games KTJB
"Take It to the Head" (DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown Rick Ross, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne) Kiss the Ring Colin Tilley[66][67]
"I Can Only Imagine" (David Guetta featuring Chris Brown and Lil Wayne) Nothing but the Beat
"Put It Down" (Brandy featuring Chris Brown) Two Eleven Hype Williams
"Algo Me Gusta de Ti" (Wisin & Yandel featuring Chris Brown and T-Pain) Líderes Jessy Terrero
"Function" (Remix) (E-40 featuring Young Jeezy, Chris Brown, French Montana, Red Café and Problem) Fredo Tovar, Scott Fleishman
"Celebration" (The Game featuring Chris Brown, Tyga, Wiz Khalifa and Lil Wayne) Jesus Piece Matt Alonzo
"Everyday Birthday" (Swizz Beatz featuring Chris Brown and Ludacris) Taj TPK[68]
2013 "Ready" (Fabolous featuring Chris Brown)
"Beat It" (Sean Kingston featuring Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa) Back 2 Life Colin Tilley
"For the Road" (Tyga featuring Chris Brown) Hotel California
"Shots Fired" (Tank featuring Chris Brown) Mike Ho
"Sweet Serenade" (Pusha T featuring Chris Brown) My Name Is My Name Colin Tilley
"It Won't Stop (Remix)" (Sevyn Streeter featuring Chris Brown) Call Me Crazy, But... Chris Brown
"Show Me" (Kid Ink featuring Chris Brown) My Own Lane
2014 "Episode" (E-40 featuring T.I. and Chris Brown) The Block Brochure: Welcome to the Soil 4 Ben Griffin
"Memory" (Asher Monroe featuring Chris Brown) On My Way, Pt. 1 Chris Brown
"Hold You Down" (DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina, Future and Jeremih) I Changed a Lot Gil Green, DJ Khaled
"Only" (Nicki Minaj featuring Drake, Lil Wayne and Chris Brown) The Pinkprint Hannah Lux Davis
2015 "Post to Be" (Omarion featuring Chris Brown and Jhené Aiko) Sex Playlist Omarion, Jay Ahn, Taz
"Don't Kill the Fun" (Sevyn Streeter featuring Chris Brown) Shoulda Been There, Pt. 1 Chris Brown
"Five More Hours" (with Deorro) Good Evening Andrew Sandler
"Private Show" (T.I. featuring Chris Brown) Paperwork Emil Nava
"How Many Times" (DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean) I Changed a Lot Colin Tilley
"You Changed Me" (Jamie Foxx featuring Chris Brown) Hollywood: A Story of a Dozen Roses Director X
"Fun" (Pitbull featuring Chris Brown) Globalization Gil Green
"Do It Again" (Pia Mia featuring Chris Brown and Tyga) Sky Jason Shields, Colin Tilley
"Play No Games" (Big Sean featuring Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign) Dark Sky Paradise Mark Carson
"All Eyes on You" (Meek Mill featuring Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown) Dreams Worth More Than Money Benny Boom
"Body on Me" (Rita Ora featuring Chris Brown) Colin Tilley
"Put On My Niggas" (Compton Menace featuring Chris Brown) The Way It Is Dale Resteghini
"Moses" (French Montana featuring Chris Brown and Migos) Casino Life 2 Spiff TV
"Gold Slugs" (DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina and Fetty Wap) I Changed a Lot Eif Rivera
"She Wildin'" (Fabolous featuring Chris Brown) The Young OG Project Gerard Victor
"Ain't Shit Change" (Cal Scruby featuring Chris Brown) House In the Hills Andrew Sandler
"Player" (Tinashe featuring Chris Brown) Emil Nava
"Sorry" (Rick Ross featuring Chris Brown) Black Market Taj
2016 "Paradise" (with Benny Benassi) Danceaholic Daniel CZ
"Drifting" (G-Eazy featuring Chris Brown and Tory Lanez) When It's Dark Out
"Bounce" (Kid Red featuring Chris Brown and Migos) Guilty by Association Keemotion
"I'm the Man" (Remix) (50 Cent featuring Chris Brown) Eif Rivera
"Wishing" (DJ Drama featuring Chris Brown, Skeme and LyQuin) Quality Street Music 2 Eavvon O'Neal
"No Romeo No Juliet" (50 Cent featuring Chris Brown) Eif Rivera
"Leave Broke" (Famous Fresh featuring Chris Brown) Daniel CZ, Andrew Listerman
"Do You Mind" (DJ Khaled featuring Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, August Alsina, Jeremih, Future and Rick Ross) Major Key Gil Green
2017 "Hold Up" (French Montana featuring Chris Brown and Migos) Keemotion
"I Think of You" (Jeremih featuring Chris Brown and Big Sean) Daniel CZ
"I See You" (Kap G featuring Chris Brown) SupaJefe Arrad
"Pie" (Future featuring Chris Brown) Hndrxx Nick Walker
"Tone It Down" (Gucci Mane featuring Chris Brown) Mr. Davis Eif Rivera
"Perfect" (Dave East featuring Chris Brown) Paranoia: A True Story Arrad
"Post & Delete" (Zoey Dollaz featuring Chris Brown) M'ap Boule Edward Tran
"Jiu Jitsu" (OneInThe4rest featuring Chris Brown) Arrad
"Just As I Am" (Spiff TV featuring Prince Royce and Chris Brown) Five Spiff TV
"Flipmode (Remix)" (Fabolous featuring Velous and Chris Brown) Gerard Victor
2018 "Melanin Magic" (Remy Ma featuring Chris Brown) Millicent Hailes, Remy Ma
"Freaky Friday" (Lil Dicky featuring Chris Brown) Tony Yacenda
"Save It for Me" (Yo Gotti featuring Chris Brown) I Still Am Shane C. Drake, Yo Gotti
"Love You Better" (King Combs featuring Chris Brown) Andrew Sandler
"Left, Right" (Casanova featuring Chris Brown and Fabolous) Commissary
"Fairytale" (with Skye) Eif Rivera
"Attention" (Fat Joe and Dre featuring Chris Brown)
"Overdose" (Agnez Mo featuring Chris Brown) Agnez Mo
2019 "Chi Chi" (Trey Songz featuring Chris Brown) Jon J
"Light It Up" (with Marshmello and Tyga) Arrad
"Jealous" (DJ Khaled featuring Chris Brown, Lil Wayne and Big Sean) Father of Asahd DJ Khaled, Eif Rivera
"Haute" (Tyga featuring J. Balvin and Chris Brown) Legendary Tyga, Arrad
"Type a Way" (Eric Bellinger featuring Chris Brown and OG Parker) The Rebirth 2 Arrad
"Easy (Remix)" (DaniLeigh featuring Chris Brown) Divad
"Blow My Mind" (with Davido) A Good Time Edgar Esteves
"Restroom Occupied" (Yella Beezy featuring Chris Brown) Baccend Beezy Ben Griffin
"1 Question" (E-40 featuring Jeremih, Rick Ross and Chris Brown) Practice Makes Paper
2020 "Put In Work" (Jacquees featuring Chris Brown) BPace
2021 "Provide" (G-Eazy featuring Chris Brown and Mark Morrison) These Things Happen Too Edgar Esteves
"F.E.E.L.S." (Tory Lanez featuring Chris Brown) Playboy Christian Breslauer
"Already Best Friends" (Jack Harlow featuring Chris Brown) Thats What They All Say Ace Pro
"Come Through" (H.E.R. featuring Chris Brown) Back of My Mind Child
"Angles" (Wale featuring Chris Brown) Folarin 2 Daniel CZ
"Baddest" (Yung Bleu featuring Chris Brown and 2 Chainz) Moon Boy Edgar Esteves
"Shopping Spree" (Davido featuring Chris Brown and Young Thug) A Better Time Des Gray
"Nostálgico" (with Rvssian and Rauw Alejandro) Edgar Esteves
2022 "Nasty" (Tyga featuring Chris Brown) TBA Christian Breslauer
2023 "How Does It Feel" (Chlöe featuring Chris Brown) In Pieces Arrad
"Don't Give It Away" (Fridayy featuring Chris Brown) Fridayy The.97
"How We Roll" (with Ciara) CiCi Christian Breslauer
"City of Dreams" (Tyla Yaweh featuring Chris Brown) Heart Full of Rage 2 Shapxo
"IDGAF" (Tee Grizzley featuring Chris Brown and Mariah the Scientist) Tee's Coney Island Blu, Mikey Rare

Guest appearances edit

Year Title Album Director(s)
2005 "Presidential" (YoungBloodZ) Ev'rybody Know Me Lenny Bass
"Gotta Go" (Trey Songz) I Gotta Make It Vem, Delante Murphy, Trey Songz[69]
2009 "Slow Dance" (Keri Hilson) In a Perfect World... Chris Robinson[70]
2010 "I'm So Raw" (Tyga) Fan of a Fan Alex Nazari
"Nobody" (Jawan Harris)
"Cat Daddy" (The Rej3ctz) TheFUNKtion vs theKICKback Alex Nazari
2011 "Favor" (Lonny Bereal featuring Kelly Rowland) The Love Train Juwan Lee[71]
2012 "Slight Work" (Wale featuring Big Sean) Ambition Chris Brown, Godfrey Tabarez
"Think Like a Man" (Jennifer Hudson and Ne-Yo featuring Rick Ross) Think Like a Man Chris Robinson
"Ayy Ladies" (Travis Porter featuring Tyga) From Day 1 Alex Nazari
"Naked" (Kevin McCall feat Big Sean) Chris Brown, Godfrey Tabarez
"Amnesia" (Luvaboy TJ) Chris Brown
"Rum and Raybans" (Sean Kingston featuring Cher Lloyd) Back 2 Life Hannah Lux Davis[72]
2013 "Ali Bomaye" (The Game featuring 2 Chainz and Rick Ross) Jesus Piece J.R. Saint
"REDD" (U.G.L.Y. featuring Maad Scientist) Chris Brown
2016 "Famous" (Kanye West featuring Rihanna and Swiss Beatz) The Life of Pablo Kanye West, Eli Linnetz
2018 "Feels Like Summer" (Childish Gambino) Summer Pack Donald Glover, Ivan Dixon, Greg Sharp
2021 "Stamina" (Hoodybaby and Lil Duke) BPace, Hoodybaby
"Blue Emerald" (Rich Gang featuring Young Thug) Michelle Parker

Filmography edit

Films edit

Year Title Role Notes
2007 Stomp the Yard Duron Williams[7] Supporting role
2007 This Christmas Michael "Baby" Whitfield[73] Leading role
2010 Takers Jesse Attica[11][74] Supporting role, executive producer
2012 Think Like a Man Alex[18] Supporting role
2013 Battle of the Year Rooster[75] Supporting role
2017 Chris Brown: Welcome to My Life Himself[76] Documentary
2021 She Ball T.A.K.O. Supporting role

Television edit

Year Title Role Notes
2006 One on One Himself "Recipe for Disaster" (Season 5, episode 17)
2006 Christmas in Washington Himself Guest Star
2007 Chris Brown: Journey to South Africa Himself[77] A documentary of Brown's first trip to Africa
2007 The O.C. Will Tutt[78] "The My Two Dads" (Season 4, episode 9)
"The French Connection" (Season 4, episode 10)
"The Dream Lover" (Season 4, episode 11)
2007 Sesame Street Himself Guest Star
2008 The Suite Life of Zack & Cody Himself[79] "Doin' Time in Suite 2330" (Season 3, episode 20)
2011 Tosh.0 Himself[80] Season 3, episode 10
2015 Real Husbands of Hollywood Himself Season 4, episode 4
2017 Black-ish Richard Youngsta Guest Star

Video albums edit

List of video album DVDs, with selected details
Title Album details Certifications Content
Chris Brown's Journey
  • Released: June 13, 2006
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD, CD
  • Contains the music videos for "Run It!", "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)" and "Gimme That", as well as a documentary of Brown's highlights from his UK and Japan promotional trips, his homecoming in Virginia, the Grammy Awards and upcoming tour rehearsals.[82]
BET Presents Chris Brown
  • Released: November 6, 2007
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
  • Contains Brown's performance and acceptance speech at the 2006 BET Awards, his exclusive 18th birthday celebration, interviews, and music videos for "Wall to Wall", "Yo (Excuse Me Miss)", "Say Goodbye" and "Gimmie That".[83]
A Star Is Born: Unauthorized
  • Released: February 19, 2008
  • Label: Azure
  • Format: DVD
  • A documentary about Brown.[84]
Exclusive: The Forever Edition Bonus DVD
  • Released: June 3, 2008
  • Label: Jive
  • Format: DVD
  • Contains performances from Brown's Up Close and Personal Tour, interviews, and behind the scenes footage.[85]

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