For those who are dedicated R & B fans and enjoy the relaxing vibes that the music often exhibits, Brandy and Chris Brown are two of the industries most popular artists. So when the duo joined up for a song called “Put It Down,” it is safe to say that there was a lot of excitement among fans everywhere. The song was released as a part of Brandy’s sixth album entitled Two Eleven, as it was released in May of 2012. The song was written and produced by Sean Garrett, Shondrae Crawford, Dwayne Abernathy, as well as Brown himself.
Upon its release critics greeted the track with open arms and raved about the songs seductive nature. Browns individual performance also received high praise from the experts, including Brandy herself who recently said that Brown was able to add a whole new flavor to the album. Fans from across the country echoed that positive sentiment, as the song quickly rose to the top twenty on the United States R & B and Hip-Hop song chart.
“Put it Down” is Brandy’s first solo release since 2008 when she came out with “Long Distance.” However, even though she has been absent for a few years, you would not be able to notice with her top notch performance in this new beat. She recently told reporters that coming back with a bang was of great importance, and that was accomplished very well. This is a song about love with a twist, featuring an edgy and relaxed beat. Its popularity is gaining more and more and eventually could end up being Brandy’s most popular single.
The video that went along with the song has become a visual phenomenon. Directed by Hype Williams and choreographed by Frank Gatson, it was filmed on July 10th, 2012 in Los Angeles California. It features several unique scenes of Brandy and Brown dancing in front of beautiful backgrounds, including a blue lit industrial backdrop. Overall, Brandy and Brown bring to life a sexy upbeat tune that includes an eye pleasing video that accompanies it very well. This song will be hard to miss as it will almost surely be played in clubs throughout the country.