R&B singer Chris Brown’s action-packed mini movie for “12 Strands: Matrix” debuted in full on his official blog, MechanicalDummy.com. The video showcases Brown fighting for his life as he is seen throwing punches and kicking some butt in the Collin Tilley-directed “pay-per-view” clip. The online premiere also gave web hijackers a chance to bootleg the video, which Brown expressed his frustration over. “Ya’ll bootleggin’ this video already,” Brown tweeted before removing it. “Thats effed up. I give ya’ll free music all the time. Ya’ll could at least do me this solid.” A percentage of the proceeds from “12 Strands: Matrix” will be donated to Brown’s Symphonic Love Foundation. It aims to provide support and funding for a wide variety of music and arts programs dedicated to the artistic development of children and youth while striving to promote an awareness of philanthropy by encouraging volunteerism and every day respect and kindness to others. Brown is currently working on his new album, aptly titled “F.A.M.E.” which stands for “Forgiving All My Enemies.” “Yeah 3x,” one of the singles off the upcoming disc, was released last week. There is no release date set for the album but Brown posted on Twitter earlier this year that it “will come out in 2011 or sooner.” Visit MechanicalDummy.com to watch “12 Strands: Matrix.”