Chris Brown went back to the future to shoot the video for “Look at Me Now,” one of the lead singles from his fourth album F.A.M.E. (March 22), in Los Angeles on Wednesday (Feb. 16). Directed by Colin Tilley, who helmed “Deuces” and “Yeah 3X,” the clip co-stars Lil Wayne and Busta Rhymes, who both appear on the Diplo and Afrojack-produced banger.
“It’s a crazy video right now we shooting,” said Weezy in a Ustream session. “Chris got a billion people dancing. He got these crazy contacts in. I would’ve put them in too, but I’m straight.”
In the first images from the nighttime shoot, the trio is seen standing on top of an ambulance in front of an industrial building. Another scene features a DeLorean DMC-12 sports car from the 1985 film Back to the Future. Singer-songwriter Kevin McCall and Diplo stopped by to show support, as did other members of the Young Money family.
Get a first look at “Look at Me Now” in the photo gallery below.
[Photos via Twitter]