Mulatto, Future, and Lil Durk taps Chris Brown and Young Thug for ‘Go Crazy'(Remix). It has been one year since Chris Brown, and Young Thug dropped the hit for their joint project, Slime & B, in their single “Go Crazy.” Now it’s time for a remix for Brown and Thug. The new version of the pair, along with a brand-new video, began its debut on Thursday, 15 April, adding the talents of Lil Durk, Mulatto, and Future to the new track. Brown announced the world premiere of this video with a clip of the action-packed visual on his Instagram, tagging all the artists involved.
Brown is still recording – even his own – as “Go Crazy” was the latest song on Billboard’s R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay chart, which was later topped “No Guidance,” 28 weeks later and counted. Go Crazy is part of the joint Slime & B mixtape Chris Brown & Young Thug and won three Song of the Year.
The “Go Crazy(Remix)” video focuses on beautiful women and cinematic visuals, including sky-diving, Arctic mountain climbing, and visiting a padding room with straight-jacket scrublands. The visual starts from an aircraft over clouds as the R&B superstar sits next. The enormously good original story, which helped Brown score his record No. 1 song on Billboard R & R&B / Hip Hop Airplay after 28 weeks of success, probably led to Chris and Thug’s remix “Go Crazy.” This was a great success for him. Breezy’s song “No Guidance” collaboration with Drake kept the previous record.
Despite Brown’s controversial history, his talent was unmistakable in the industry, which, despite some damning circumstances in his personal life, made him capable of holding his head above sea level in his career. Since his young years, he’s dolled out successfully, often referenced as one of the most dynamic actors of our time. Although he has repeatedly been called a possible candidate for a Versus fight, Co-creator Timbaland has said that Brown cannot bring “50 nuclear bombs” because of his massive arsenal of hit records.
Every artist shared on the song has the power of the video. The original version of “Go Crazy,” which had features from Gunna, Too Short, and E-40, appeared last May as the lead hit Brown and Thugger’s 13 track mixtape Slime & B. The song was highest at No. 3 on the Hot 100 chart. Young Thug, meanwhile, calmly plotted the release on 16 April of its future project, Slime Language 2. This week, Thug shared his artwork on Instagram and set it as a family portrait.