New Video: Chris Brown & Tyga – ‘B*tches N Marijuana (ft. ScHoolboy Q)

Published: Thursday 18th Jun 2015 by Sam
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Chris Brown continues to cement his bad boy image with new single ‘B*tches N Marijuana.’

The club cut features on C. Breezy’s joint album with friend Tyga, ‘Fan of a Fan,’ which hit stores earlier this year.

Hoping to replicate the success of predecessor ‘Ayo,’ the track’s accompanying video was debuted moments ago.

Let’s just say it takes quite a literal approach…

Hmm.

Sonically, the song has a magnetic pull, which jars us somewhat because the lyrics are so…unfortunate.

Same with the video; great visual gloss, yet we’d have much preferred to see it set to a more deserving/less misogynistic track.

We’re all for evolving, hence we understand that it’s unlikely the ‘Excuse Me Miss’ Chris will ever make a re-appearance. However, surely we’re not alone in wanting his “bad boy” gimmick to be less literal and more implied. Like, can he perform this song in 5-10 years time?!

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  1. Al June 18, 2015

    Poor video for a poor song
    #FLOPS R’US

    • Don’t hate B!TCHES. June 18, 2015

      I like the beat tho no pun lol

  2. Blacksista June 18, 2015

    Good music has died and gone to Hell!

    • Skyfall June 18, 2015

      Disagree, you just have to find the right artist. Chris is a flop

    • June 18, 2015

      why didn’t you go with it????

    • Lana Del Fan *I Can Hear The Sirens* June 18, 2015

      Lana Del Rey begs to differ.

  3. Barb-wire June 18, 2015

    More like Pervert N Fist

  4. TheElusiveLamb June 18, 2015

    I like the beat.

  5. Ciara The Flop June 18, 2015

    Chris + Tyga – Who’s topping who???

  6. Mark111 June 18, 2015

    And people get upset when artist like Sam Smith, Adele, JT and other white artist comes in and make great music with some REAL music. Look what you guys rather listen to instead of other GREAT R&B and Hip Hop music.

    • Miss Jones June 18, 2015

      Mark, I agree. How can we get upset when white male artists win awards over black artists when the black male artists have regressed to singing solely about s**, degrading women, and drugs (Most, not all before somebody gets mad. Ugh)? As corny as I think Macklemore is, he represented the fact that Hip Hop has become soooooo stale with its subject matter that a random white guy can come in singing about shopping in a damn flea market and it would be an instant hit simply because it’s something different for a change.

      • coolness June 18, 2015

        The regression is TRAGIC! And they will be all up in interviews citing Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye, Stevie Wonder and Michael Jackson – you know, men who sang about REAL things – as their influences when it doesn’t show at all in the music they release. The ones who have passed must be rolling in their graves!

      • Jon June 18, 2015

        Oh, please. White America knows damn sure and well it doesn’t want to listen to Black people singing s*** like “Stay With Me”, “Thinking Out Loud” and “Mirrors”. If Chris Brown or Ne-yo, or even Usher, were to have recorded any of those three songs, not one of them would have been as successful as they were. The only way for a Black person to have any real shot at success in White America is to be extraordinarily exceptional.

      • Jon June 18, 2015

        Oh, please. White America knows damn sure and well it doesn’t want to listen to Black people singing s*** like “Stay With Me”, “Thinking Out Loud” and “Mirrors”. If Chris Brown or Ne-yo, or even Usher, were to have recorded any of the above-mentioned songs, not one of them would have been as successful as they were. The only way for a Black person to have any real shot at success in White America is to be extraordinarily exceptional.

    • coolness June 18, 2015

      ^THIS^ I was just talking with a friend yesterday and said the exact same thing. Yes, White privilege DOES exist but it’s also up to our Black artists in the MAINSTREAM to put out well-thought out QUALITY music. Chris is the most popular R&B/Pop male today and look at what he’s feeding the masses compared to a Sam Smith. Granted, I don’t use Sam or Adele at all (don’t really like their voices) but their music is soulful, speaks to the hearts of many and is relatable. Same goes for other mainstream artists like Usher and Trey Songz whose music has gone to utter shite in recent years. It’s actually the ladies in R&B who try to sing about varying subjects and try different things with their sound but since it’s a male dominated industry, they don’t get a lot of support and of course, the stan wars don’t help too.

    • Back to basics June 18, 2015

      I agree with you 100%, yet at the same time, you’re a hypocrite, because you supported Rihanna’s latest single (B**** better have my money)..so how is that any better?

      • KyleisChanel June 19, 2015

        Its my first time submitting here. Lol. Weird. All I want to say is, is that I agree with u guys. And Chris releases his song Autumn Leaves ft. Kendrick Lamar which I thought was a beautiful r&b song but noone jumped on it. The video was great too.

  7. Stephon Maurice Jackson June 18, 2015

    Chris Brown’s music is horrible. I haven’t enjoyed an full album from him since “FAME”.

    • Back to basics June 18, 2015

      Same here, he’s a piece of s***.

  8. Truth B Told June 18, 2015

    Another ignorant song to down our society…

  9. Music Lover~ June 18, 2015

    “B*tches N Marijuana”, Really? Smh These two are an embarrassment.

  10. Nick Jonas Stan June 18, 2015

    Chris brown is trash

  11. Jhené Aiko Stan June 18, 2015

    This is utter trash. The title alone is embarrassing. I’ll pass on this and listen to the new music Miguel and the Weeknd are putting out. They’re trying to keep R&B alive. Chris seems bent on doing the opposite.

  12. Blacksista June 18, 2015

    Yes R&B women are putting out good music but they are shunned so hard by stan groups and always compared to Beyonce. Which isn’t fair and it limits our music selection. When was the last time we had a r&b child star? All the girls want to look like h***. In the 90’s the biggest stars were teens.

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