Chris Brown To Drop 'Grass Ain't Greener' Music Video Soon, Singer Teases New Pics On Instagram

Noel Zelindo

Chris Brown has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on the music video for his new single, "Grass Ain't Greener," and now, it looks like Breezy has finally wrapped the video shoot for the track after taking to Instagram to share some behind-the-scenes photos while on location for the project on Saturday.

Just one week after giving fans a first-look at the video set for "Grass Ain't Greener" via Snapchat, Brown took to Instagram Saturday night to share a photo of fashion stylist EJ King, Riveting Entertainment CEO Andrew Listermann, and himself hanging out on a swing set with the caption, "Set life."


In addition, Chris Brown also shared a caption-less photo of himself posing on set for the music video shoot before trying out Instagram's new "Stories" feature with a brief video overview of his wardrobe selection for the music shoot.


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The news comes just a few weeks after Chris Brown gave fans an update on the arrival of "Grass Ain't Greener" via Instagram where he noted that while the project hadn't been completed as of yet, he's confident that fans will thoroughly enjoy the video.

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Similarly, Chris Brown previously hinted that "Grass Ain't Greener" would likely serve as the lead single off of his upcoming album, Lost & Found (Heartbreak On A Full Moon), after taking to Instagram in July to tell fans that he "can't wait" for them to hear the new material for his eighth studio album.

"Just trying to live…Can't wait for y'all to hear the new stuff I been working on. All emotions, NEW PRODUCERS, grass ain't greener!!!!" Brown began in his now-deleted Instagram post before adding, "Title LOST & FOUND( heartbreak on a full moon)." Chris previously revealed the title of his upcoming album to be Heartbreak On A Full Moon back in May, however, has since altered the title to include "Lost & Found," Rap-Up reports.

Chris Brown has been working closely with longtime collaborating partners at Riveting Entertainment for his upcoming projects since releasing the trailer for his controversial upcoming documentary, Welcome To My Life, back in April. In addition to taking part in the production of Brown's "Grass Ain't Greener" music video, Riveting Entertainment director Andrew Sandler has also worked extensively with Chris to piece together the singer's impending Welcome To My Life documentary that is currently projected for a release in fall 2016. While no official release date has been set, Chris Brown previously confirmed via Instagram that the project is "coming soon."

What do you think of Chris Brown's behind-the-scenes photos from "Grass Ain't Greener"?

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