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Love More

by

Chris Brown



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This raunchy, club-friendly tune was produced by The Fr3shmen. The Chicago-based production collective have been in the industry since the previous century and have landed placements with the likes of Twista, Keyshia Cole, Travis Porter, Raekwon, Jeremih, Montell Jordan, and Raheem Devaughn.
Nicki Minaj jumps in for a guest verse, ending it with a reference to the Quentin Tarantino film Django Unchained. Brown and Minaj previously collaborated on the Queens MC's Pink Friday: Roman Unloaded single, "Right By My Side." The pair also both featured on the DJ Khaled track "Take it to the Head."
The song's hook is an uncouth take on the proverb: "If at first you don't succeed, try, try again." It resembles the last part of Drake's chorus on the Rick Ross tune, "Diced Pineapples."
Nicki Minaj appears in the song's music video, which also features a cameo by Reno 911 comedian Nick Swardsen as Brown's pal.
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This song flows in my arteries, capillaries!
- VALENCIA, MAHIKENG, South Africa
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