On the same day that Rihanna's new song, "Russian Roulette," was released, her ex-boyfriend Chris Brown posted a photo collage of scenes from his forthcoming video for his new single, "I Can Transform Ya," on his Web site. The song is from his forthcoming album, Graffiti.

The montage various pictures from the set of different scenes throughout the video. One photo shows Brown standing in the middle of a squadron of menacing, helmeted, black-clad storm troopers; Brown is wearing an outfit similar to theirs but no helmet. (Judging by video history, this could be a dance scene.) Elsewhere in the collage are a shot of video director Joseph Kahn and various crew members standing around a camera, and a picture of a shirtless Lil Wayne (who guests on the song) playing guitar.

Shots of Brown wearing a swank gray suit, and another of him caught in mid-kick (holding what look like karate sticks), clad in sweats, a hoodie and what appears to be a surgical mask.

At the bottom of the montage, we see Brown, Wayne and producer Swizz Beatz wearing sunglasses and dressed mostly in black, standing confidently against a white backdrop.

While no premiere date has been set for the video, Brown's tweets over the past 24 hours include ones that said "THE PICS ARE OUTTTTTTT!!!!!" and "THAT MEANS THE VIDEO PROBABLY WILL COME THIS WEEK...." He also tweeted on Monday that he'd shot a video for a song called "Crawl" that, judging by photos posted by various Web sites, also features Cassie.

Brown's forthcoming tour, which still has not been officially confirmed by his label, kicks off with a performance at New Jersey's Giants Stadium next Tuesday.