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Chris Brown launches dance challenge for “Go Crazy”

Fans are uploading videos of the #GoCrazyChallenge on social media.

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Chris Brown is arguably one of the greatest dancers of all time and his new dance video for the #GoCrazyChallenge proves it.

Following the release of his collaborative EP with Young Thug, the “Pills & Automobiles” singer took to Instagram to share his 30-second version of his dance for his hit single “Go Crazy.”

In the video, Breezy is seen dancing on the sidewalk alongside a car as it’s moving. In the caption of the post, he tagged Mufasa, the dancer who inspired the challenge.

Fans took to social media to show love to the Virginia native for his lit moves.

Twitter user @breezymalik tweeted, “Challenge over. The king has outdone his own challenge. Y’all can go home now.”

“Chris Brown really makes dancing look soooo freaking easy,” Twitter user @ErinRuhnay wrote. “I’m up here tryna figure out the moves to this go crazy challenge looking crazy as hell. Ima just stick to my lil pop lock and drop it, the professionals can have this other shit lol.”

“Go Crazy” is one of the most popular tracks on Slime & B. The EP peaked at No. 24 on the Billboard 200 chart. The 13-track project features appearances from Gunna, Shad Da God, Lil Duke, Too $hort, E-40 and more.

The Royalty singer just became the eighth artist with at least 100 Hot 100 entries after “Not You Too,” his collaboration with Drake, debuted at No. 25 on the chart. Breezy also became the first R&B artist in history to have 100 entries on the Hot 100 chart.

He took to Instagram to celebrate his new milestone and celebrate Nicki Minaj receiving her first No. 1 hit with “Say So (Remix).” “Shout out to @nickiminaj for making HISTORY TODAY TOO!” he captioned the post.

Drake, the “Glee” cast, Lil Wayne, Elvis Presley, Nicki Minaj, Kanye West and JAY-Z are the only other artists who have at least 100 Hot 100 entries.

Check out fan videos for the #GoCrazyChallenge below.

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