R&B star Chris Brown will dance onto the small screen soon with his very own reality show. The as-yet-untitled series, likely to be called “Chris Brown Presents,” will center on the world of hip-hop and street dance culture, pitting contestants against one another in impromptu dance-offs reports Variety. “Dancing is more than just a way of moving, it’s a different expression of music,” Brown said. “That’s what I want to focus on with this show.” Brown has partnered with producers Mark Burnett and J.D Roth who plan to pitch the show to broadcast and cable outlets next week. Brown would be at the center of the hour-long performance series which will have an elimination episode as well. Even though the series does not have a title, “Chris Brown Presents” will likely be included in the name, an as-yet unnamed host an other judges may also be involved. “Chris Brown really is a superstar, and someone who lives and breathes music and dance — so his credibility is massive in this arena,” said Burnett, who tapped Brown to open this year’s MTV Movie Awards (where he performed a dance-off with host Mike Myers). “It’s his show; he’s headlining it. He’s the final arbiter on those who win and those who don’t.” “We wanted to do a show really badly in the hip-hop/R&B world of dance,” said Roth, whose credits also include “The Biggest Loser” and “Beauty and the Geek.” “We went after (Brown) to be involved in the show and made sure it was ‘Chris Brown Presents’ so that he’s really invested in the show.”