The video, which dates back to 2006, comes courtesy of the disgruntled co-owner of Double Deal Brand Records, a small record label charging Sen. Brown for backing out of a promotional deal for his daughter's promotional career (Remember Ayla Brown's appearance on "American Idol."
"Who would you stalk?" asks an off-camera voice (it could be Wayne Laakko, the label's owner).
"Probably one or all of those Pussycat girls," Brown jokes, referring to the burlesque ensemble/girl group responsible for 2005's ubiquitous "Don't Cha."
The video is unlikely to make any waves in Sen. Brown's contentious campaign battle with Elizabeth Warren, but it's still funny to watch.
"It's no 47 percent or anything," writes New York mag, but it's 'good for a laugh."
Laakko says additional videos are on the way.