The official music video for "Crawl" a song by the 22 year-old controversial American Pop/RnB singer, Chris Brown. It is the second single from his third studio album Graffiti, released as a digital download on 24th November 2009. The song was produced by The Messengers and was written by Nasri Atweh, Adam Messinger, Luke Boyd, and Brown. Joseph Kahn, who also worked with Brown on the “I Can Transform Ya” and “Forever”, directed the video. On 23rd November 2009, it peaked at No. 59 and debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 68 Billboard Hot 100 at No. 53. It also peaked at No. 20 on the Adult Pop Songs chart, one of only two of his songs to appear on the chart, the other being "Forever". The video first aired on The Wendy Williams Show on Friday, 13th November 2009, when Brown was a guest on the show. The video opens with Brown sitting on an edge of a bed and he starts singing, his heart is shown lit up red and beating in his chest. He then walks into an alleyway on a winter's night, revealed in the air as he breathes. He is then shown in a desert, and then returns to the winter night scene as Cassie sees him and they walk towards each other meeting face-to-face. They gather close, but Brown does not reel her in as the video ends. Joseph Kahn: "It's an interesting video for me, because it's so rare that music videos ever try to achieve anything emotional. Chris just basically told me a story of what he felt this video was going to be, with his heart glowing and how he's, like, cold. It is a very personal story. But it's told in such a graphic manner that I fell in love with the idea. It's Chris' story. Period. I am the pencil that put it down on the paper."
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