I’ve been doing a lot of mix-tape stuff, a lot of urban records ...
the pop audience didn’t really have anything to gauge from so I really wanted to give them this and I feel like 'Yeah 3x' is something different, something new and it’s just [a] positive record. It was sort of like when we wrote 'Forever', so I hope you guys like that record.
It also features cameo appearances by Teyana Taylor, Kevin Mc Call, and Future Funk from America's Got Talent. He stated that he wanted to record the song for his pop audience since he had been doing so much urban material.
Brown promoted the song with live performances on televised shows, including Dancing with the Stars, Today and the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards. Brown said the song was given to him by DJ Frank E while he was in the studio writing songs for other artists and himself.
It was written by Brown, DJ Frank E, Kevin Mc Call, Amber Streeter and Calvin Harris, and was produced by DJ Frank E.
"Yeah 3x" attained top-ten positions in Australia, Austria, Belgium (Flanders), Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.
In the final scene, Brown is wearing a peach blazer while baring his chest, and performs the last bit of choreography with male and female dancers.
The video ends as Brown spins, stops and looks off into the distance. of WNOW-FM gave the video a rating of seven out of ten, writing that, "there is plenty of choreographed dancing as Breezy shows us he still got it, getting everyone in the neighborhood to dance with him.
But at least Brown is making a serious effort to polish up his commercial appeal once again with both a feel-good, sing-along song and an equally sunny video." For the performance, Brown wore a tomato red tuxedo and a black shirt and bow tie.
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) is a song by American recording artist Chris Brown, released as the lead single from his fourth studio album F. The song uses elements of Harris' 2009 single "I'm Not Alone".
Together, they pull off high mid-air twirls, each seemingly jumping several feet above the ground.
Brown then follows a woman down the street, and runs into four female dancers wearing tank tops and suspenders.