Yo (Excuse Me Miss)

Album: Chris Brown (2005)
Charted: 13 7


  • This was Chris Brown's second single, and like his first single "Run It!," it finds him offering to show off his dance moves to a girl. Brown quickly became known for his dancing with stand-out performances in concerts and awards shows. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bertrand - Paris, France
  • For his debut album, Brown used several prominent producers. This track was produced by the team of Dre & Vidal (Andre Harris and Vidal Davis), whose credits include "Lullaby" by Mariah Carey and "Oh" by Ciara.

Comments: 1

  • Peitta Clancy from Goulburn, Australiathis song had to bee the best song i eva heard from chris brow and he is sooooooo hot in this film clip
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