On the heels of his Under The Influence concert at the National Stadium in Kingston, American R&B singer Chris Brown is still enjoying his time in the country’s capital, shooting a music video alongside Sean Kingston and Jamaican-St. Kitts deejay Byron Messia.
Both Sean Kingston and Byron Messia were featured in Brown’s highly anticipated concert on Sunday. The Summer Too Hot singer previously collaborated with Sean Kingston on the singles Beat It and Ocean Drive. While Brown has not yet officially worked with Byron Messia, he previewed an unofficial remix to the deejay’s track Talibans on social media, leading to rumours that a collaboration was in the works.
Those rumours have now come to fruition, with the three artistes spotted in the Tivoli Gardens community on Tuesday filming the music video for an undisclosed song. The three entertainers drew quite the crowd, with members of the community seen gathering at the apartment building in behind-the-scenes videos from the shoot.
Seen taking part in the shoot were a group of motorcyclists who performed stunts while Brown seemingly shot a scene from the video.
Switching from his skeletal biker jacket to a tan ensemble, Brown could be seen traversing a throng of cheering fans as he made his way to shoot another scene from the video.