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Posted Fri, November 2, 2012 3:14pm EDT

Chris Brown: ‘I Want To Be The Steven Spielberg Of Music Videos’

Chris participated in his first full-length interview in years and spoke candidly about his aspirations with his music videos — and posed for a pretty hot photo shoot too! Read on for details and to see all the photos!

Chris Brown doesn’t do press often, so when he does — it’s a big deal. The R&B superstar sat down with Prestige Hong Kong for an in-depth interview about his career, including his hands-on involvement with his music videos. Oh, and he also posed for a sexy cover spread!

When asked about how involved he gets in the process with his incredible music videos, Chris explained it all.

“With the comedy videos like ‘Till I Die’ – which I did with Wiz Khalifa and Big Sean – it was like, cool. Let’s have fun with it. Make a crazy video. Being able to direct by myself and have full creative focus and being able to know the cameras – that was the easiest part. The vision is the hard part. Whenever you’re sleeping, you have that dream or that nightmare and that’s your video. That’s how I kind of interpret it. Or whatever I see when I hear the music, whatever vision I see, I put it right onto paper and put it out on the video. Like the video for ‘Don’t Judge Me’ – it was me going into a spaceship. Not to be arrogant when I say it, but I want to be the Steven Spielberg of music videos, to be innovative and young, not to put a bar on it just because of budgetary issues or certain capabilities.”

Take a look at the photo spread and let us know, HollywoodLifers, do you think Chris is the Steven Spielberg of music videos?

— Billy Nilles

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